Shiba Inu creator Shytoshi Kusama is trying to protect his coin against fierce criticism from the famous Wolf of Wall Street. To prove him wrong, Kusama invites Mr. Jordan Belfort to discuss the issue.
Citizens of most US states are very interested in investing in cryptocurrencies. Although Bitcoin is attracting a lot of attention as the flagship crypto, its popularity has recently been overtaken by Dogecoin.
Elon Musk is known for his support of the meme cryptocurrency Dogecoin. Every time he posts something about the altcoin, its price skyrockets. However, the community hopes that the billionaire will take DOGE even further - to Mars.
Although it's not official yet that Amazon will start accepting cryptocurrencies as payment, the crypto community is already overly excited. However, this could be nothing more than Elon Musk style of "pumping" and then "dumping" cryptocurrencies.
Crypto billionaires, while sometimes not fully influencing the volatility of crypto assets, significantly affect the stability of the crypto market when they make jokes either on their social media pages or in front of cameras. Elon Musk, after suspending Bitcoin in May, he says he is thinking about reinstating it. Why do such billionaires confuse the crypto market?