Tesla now has at least three Bitcoin ATMs across the Tesla Fremont Factory and their $1.5 billion Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada, noticed casually by a Twitter user on Google Maps. LibertyX, the maker of the Bitcoin ATM, confirmed the sighting in an official statement, "We have enabled [three] traditional ATMs inside so employees can use their debit cards to buy bitcoin." LibertyX claims to have 5,000 crypto ATMs in operation across the U.S., as well as bitcoin buying services in 20,000 stores, and the Tesla machines have been operational since August. Back on May 25, 2020, Elon Musk tweeted in a response to J.K. Rowling that he "still only owns 0.25 Bitcoins," worth about $2,500 at the time. Maybe he meant 0.25 as in 25% of all bitcoin in circulation? What currency does he expect 1 million people will use on Mars by the 2060s? Bitcoin offers one of the most compelling risk-reward profiles among assets, with low correlation to other asset classes. Some early Tesla investors are seeing a lot of similarities between Tesla and Bitcoin, suggesting it might scale from $250 billion today to $1-5 trillion during the next decade. Musk's twitter account has been taken over by crypto scammers on multiple occasions—like one in 2018 promising his 22.5 million followers free bitcoin and ether if they sent money to an address. Musk later slammed Twitter for the rise in trolls, scams, and fake bots, "The crypto scam level on Twitter is reaching new levels. This is not cool." He has also indicated that Tesla "might get into mining" but would likely be for cobalt, not bitcoin. You can read Tesla's environmental Impact Report for more information.