Dogecoin Founder Speaks Out Against ‘Meme Coins’ By Cointelegraph

©Reuters. Dogecoin founder speaks out against ‘meme coins’

Seemingly frustrated by the number of “meme coin” spammers flooding his Twitter threads (NYSE:), Billy Markus, the founder of (DOGE), criticized crypto shillers through a series of tweets.

Markus recounts how DOGE was originally created over eight years ago as a true meme poking fun at “idiot coins.” However, the creator points out that now meme coins are no longer memes. “They are made by people trying to get rich off other people trying to get rich,” Markus wrote.

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