Shibetoshi Nakamoto’s tweet gets support by Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk

Dogecoin co-creator Billy Markus, who operates the Twitter account by the username Shibetoshi Nakamoto tweets today by saying, “it is very difficult to have an intelligent, rational, kind community when greed and delusion is involved

appreciate all those who actually understood the space in the first place and are able to act mature and not like monkeys throwing their feces all the time”. Consequently, the tweet meant that to find the perfection in this cruel world is difficult. We should appreciate the ones who actually acts mature rather than deceiving.

In response to Shibetoshi Nakamoto’s Tweet, Tesla Inc’s CEO Elon Musk supported the post and liked it. Also, Musk commented on it’s post saying, “Billy is the best” conveying his support to the Nakamoto’s tweet.

Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency made by the software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer. However, they only decided to create a payment system as a “joke”. But it is now considered as both the first “meme coin”, and, more specifically, the first “dog coin”. Accordingly, Musk has been a great supporter of Dogecoin, the cryptocurrency. Eventually, Musk also owns a dog of the breed Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: SHIB), named Floki. Thus, Elon Musk took to Twitter to express his opinion shortly after the tweet was posted by Shibetoshi Nakamoto.




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