Meme Coins and NFTs Not on Dogecoin Founder’s Purchasing List

Billy Markus, the IT engineer who co-created the iconic meme coin DOGE in 2013, recently tweeted that he does not invest in crypto or NFTs. When asked if he would buy meme coins or non-fungible tokens with $1,000 to spare, Markus stated “neither.” He also called investing in crypto “investing in mental illness,” and referred to NFTs as “crypto derivatives” and “even more mentally ill.” Markus does not represent DOGE and claimed to have quit working on it ten years ago. Binance, a major global crypto exchange, recently added a Dogecoin-based trading pair for its customers, allowing DOGE to be traded against the stablecoin TrueUSD. DOGE is currently changing hands at $0.07965 after a 2.65% drop within the past 24 hours. Markus believes that BTC price ups and downs happen for inexplicable, random reasons, and claims that nobody knows for sure why they happen. He sarcastically explained that Bitcoin falls happen “obviously, because you panic sold.” Markus stated that he does not care about the success of other coins and tokens.

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