Tesla buyers would now be able to purchase their vehicles with Bitcoin, the boss of the organization Elon Musk has announced.

Mr Musk, a notable Bitcoin aficionado, made the unforeseen declaration in a tweet

However, Bitcoin’s worth hastily takes off up and down – which means the cryptocurrency cost of the vehicle could change everyday.

The cost of one bitcoin climbed almost 3% to hit $56,242 not long after Musk’s tweet — all that could possibly be needed to purchase an entry level Tesla Model 3, which costs just shy of $40,000. Tesla’s most costly vehicle, the Model X Plaid, begins at around $120,000 — somewhat more than two bitcoin.

Dan Ives, an investigator at Wedbush Securities, said “this is an seminal second for Tesla and for the crypto world. And that they anticipate that less than 5% of transactions should be through Bitcoin over the course of the following 12 to year and a half anyway this could move higher over the long haul as crypto acknowledgment begins to incline throughout the next few years.

In his words, Dan Ives, an analyst at Wedbush Securities, said “this is a seminal moment for Tesla and for the crypto world. We expect less than 5% of transactions to be through Bitcoin over the next 12 to 18 months however this could move higher over time as crypto acceptance starts to ramp over the coming years,”

Furthermore, in a clear offer to soothe fears of Bitcoin aficionados who need to see the ecosystem flourish, Mr Musk said that Bitcoin that are paid to Tesla will still be kept as Bitcoin, not changed over to fiat [government-controlled] cash.

“Bitcoin paid to Tesla will be retained as Bitcoin, not converted to fiat [government-controlled] currency”