Dogecoin founder says 95% of digital assets are scam


Billy Markus & Elon Musk agreed that the majority of the Crypto assets are scams.

Billy Markus is the founder of the Dogecoin project. He co-founded Dogecoin in 2013 with another developer Jackson Palmer. Right now Billy is no more in the Dogecoin project but he is still actively promoting Dogecoin & other leading crypto assets. 

Recently, Billy took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the majority of the Crypto assets. He wrote that 95% of people think that cryptocurrencies are a scam because 95% of crypto assets are scams and useful. 

“The reason why people think crypto is 95% scams and garbage and most crypto people are assholes is that crypto is 95% scams and garbage and most crypto people are assholes.”

Further, Billy wrote that people, who will react negatively against his opinion, will be scammers. 

Tesla CEO Elon Musk responded with a “LAUGH EMOJI” tweet.

In this way, the Doge founder and Tesla CEO agreed that 95% of crypto assets are the worst or we can say scams. 

Elon Musk & Dogecoin

Elon is a popular supporter of Dogecoin. In late 2020, Elon started to support Dogecoin. Due to the support of Elon, Dogecoin surged to around 3k times within 5-6 months. However Dogecoin failed to remain attached to the all-time high but still, it is standing at a better level, where we can appreciate the support of the Tesla CEO. 

Elon himself holds Bitcoin, Ethereum & Dogecoin. Elon thinks that holding particular numbers of coins are better than holding huge numbers of cryptocurrencies. 

According to available reports by the Dogecoin Foundation, a non profit organization behind Dogecoin project, Starlink will link the Dogecoin network to make the Dogecoin network accessible in every possible situation via the use of the RadioDoge technology-based concept.

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