Billy Markus, one of the co-creators of the meme-inspired cryptocurrency Dogecoin (DOGE), has argued on social media that the price of a DOGE beating a dollar would not be a success like those who bought it at that price , would have liked to see it hit $ 10 and so on.
In a series of tweets to his nearly 350,000 followers, Markus urged the DOGE community to freely sell their tokens, whether they make money or not, without denigrating the community or the cryptocurrency if they do so as part of their rationalization to do.
Markus made it clear that he doesn’t care whether Dogecoin holders sell or not, as community members should do what they think is best for them. Instead, he cares about the cryptocurrency and its community as it wants to be successful.
He added that it would not mean Dogecoin would go up to $ 1 because the people who shopped at that price would want to see the cryptocurrency at $ 10 and the cycle would continue. For him, success would mean that the community grows with people who do good in it.
For me, success is not defined by the doge getting a dollar. Do you know what it means when Doge gets a dollar? Anyone who bought for a dollar wants it to reach $ 10. It is not a success.
Success means that people in this community do good – grow, learn, be good.
– Shibetoshi Nakamoto (@ BillyM2k) May 25, 2021
Markus ’words come after private investors have teamed up to bring the price of the cryptocurrency to $ 1 on numerous occasions. CryptoCompare data shows that investors hit $ 0.74 earlier this year before the tide turned and the price of the cryptocurrency began to fall.
In March of this year, billionaire Mark Cuban said on Twitter that he could find a way how the price of meme cryptocurrency Dogecoin ($ DOGE) could reach $ 1. Dogecoin is trading at $ 0.30 at press time. The correction continued even after Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted a poll asking his followers if the electric car market should accept DOGE as a payment method.
Earlier this month, Markus commented on a statue of the Shiba Inu cryptocurrency mascot that was placed in front of the iconic “Charging Bull” sculpture in New York’s financial district. On social media, Markus confirmed that the Shiba Inu statue is real. The placement is symbolic as retail investors recently bet on Dogecoin and other meme-inspired coins.