“Great call, Elon Musk, on getting another Indian,” Shark Tank India judge and Shaadi.com organizer Anupam Mittal said.
A day after funding financial backer Sriram Krishnan uncovered that he’s assisting Elon Musk with Twitter, Shark Tank India judge and Shaadi.com pioneer Anupam Mittal praised the turn of events and shared some exhortation planned for the tech tycoon.
“Great call, Elon Musk, on getting another Indian,” he tweeted. “Presently rapidly make Sriram Krishnan Chief and send off a Twitcoin.”
Good call @elonmusk on bringing another Indian in … not that you had a choice 😉Now quickly make @sriramk CEO & launch a #TwitCoin https://t.co/h0MMwK7MXN pic.twitter.com/AEvs5tuyJy
— Anupam Mittal (@AnupamMittal) November 1, 2022
Anupam Mittal was alluding to “Twitcoin” as a new digital currency motivated by any semblance of Bitcoin and Dogecoin. At the point when inquired as to whether he would put resources into “Twitcoin”, Mittal answered: “Sure. Would be entertaining.”
Both Elon Musk and Sriram Krishnan are digital currency lovers. While Musk favors Dogecoin and has on a few events made its cost ascend with a tweet, Krishnan appears to favor Ethereum.
Indian-conceived Sriram Krishnan is a general accomplice at Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) which is funding store that puts resources into crypto and web3 new companies. On Monday, he tweeted that he was helping Musk “briefly” with Twitter while going on with his normal everyday employment at a16z.
“I ( and a16z) accept this is an enormously significant organization and can extraordinarily affect the world and Elon is the individual to get it going,” Krishnan had tweeted.
Now that the word is out: I’m helping out @elonmusk with Twitter temporarily with some other great people.
I ( and a16z) believe this is a hugely important company and can have great impact on the world and Elon is the person to make it happen. pic.twitter.com/weGwEp8oga
— Sriram Krishnan – sriramk.eth (@sriramk) October 30, 2022
Prior to this, Sriram Krishnan had also worked with Meta (previously Facebook), Snap and Microsoft.