Last week Jackson Palmer, the co-creator of Elon Musk’s favorite cryptocurrency Doge, went on a Twitter tirade to condemn the industry. He labeled it “a coordinated scam to move unsophisticated money into the hands of the super-rich.” Ignoring the obvious irony that he created a coin that has been central to attracting ordinary people to the space, (not his fault but still), here Nick Saponaro, co-founder and CIO of decentralized payment ecosystem, Divi, breaks down some of Jackson’s points
Coinbase was once the holy grail of exchanges for cryptocurrency. Once a coin or token was listed there, it was inevitable that the price was going to skyrocket. Today recent additions to the Coinbase Exchange have had less than impressive gains. This shift could easily be associated with what some are calling a bear market. However, others contend that the quality of projects and listings recently added to Coinbase has been less than stellar.
Baby Dogecoin (BABYDOGE) is a new cryptocurrency created by members of the doge community. Like father, like son — it is based on the well-known Dogecoin. It even uses the same mascot, a Shiba Inu dog — but now as a puppy. But how is it different from Doge or any other Meme coin?
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