- Binance Smart Chain tokens came up as Markus resumed his outburst.
- Tuanskiii1, a Twitter user, calls the spam adverts “sickening.”
It seems that Billy Markus, the creator of Dogecoin (DOGE), was fed up with spammers posing as ‘meme coin’ and overwhelming his Twitter timeline with their messages. Markus said how DOGE began as a parody of “idiotic coins” more than eight years ago. The author, however, points out that today’s meme coins are no longer memes.
“They’re made by people trying to get rich off of other people trying to get rich.”
Followers Echoed Displeasure
Binance Smart Chain tokens came up as Markus resumed his outburst. According to him, they have “made the internet worse in every way.” On the subject of gambling: He reiterated that it doesn’t matter whether or not others do it, but he asked that the spam adverts be removed from his threads. Ads like these are making the internet less enjoyable, he said.
Many of Markus’s Twitter followers noticed the messages and echoed his displeasure. Tuanskiii1, a Twitter user, calls the spam adverts “sickening.” It didn’t stop meme coin spammers from filling the forum with other meme coin adverts, even though the developer of DOGE made his arguments quite obvious.
According to CoinMarketCap, the Dogecoin price today is $0.112758 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $1,566,323,960 USD. Dogecoin has been down 15.88% in the last 24 hours. In January 2021, Dogecoin entered the top ten cryptocurrencies in market valuation. A 17 percent drop on the day hasn’t deterred DOGE from being one of the top 15 by market capitalization, according to CoinMarketCap.
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