The digital currency “Shiba Inu” has already been discussed
What we will mention from the stories below are for rare cases and circumstances met and benefited from the early entry of the “Shiba Inu” digital currency, and therefore, the stories below do not represent an investment incentive to enter these “meme” currencies.
The story of the transformation of the life of two young men due to the “Shiba Inu” digital currency:
Tommy and James, two brothers from New York, shared their millionaire transformation story with CNN after their meager investment in Shiba Inu and their investment turned into wealth overnight.
The value of the “Shiba Inu” digital currency exploded earlier this month.
The cryptocurrency “Shiba Inu” retained most of its gains, although Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin gave up his huge stake and donated the money to charity this week.
He told Tommy that he treated the “Shiba Inu” cryptocurrency bet as a lottery ticket, saying:
I TRUSTED MY BOYFRIEND AND THOUGHT IF HE WENT TO ZERO, THAT WAS OKAY.
I THOUGHT IT WAS A LOTTERY TICKET THAT WOULDN’T EXPIRE.
The brothers and their family put a total of $ 8,000 into the “Shiba Inu” coin.
After “Shiba Inu” has risen to record levels, Tommy and James’ lives have transformed and changed.
They were both working as wedding videographers, struggling to make ends meet during the coronavirus outbreak because they weren’t getting enough parties.
However, they caution against using the coin “Shiba Inu,” advising that:
THE MEME CODES ARE VERY DANGEROUS AND YOU DON’T REALLY KNOW WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH THEM.
The effect of “meme” coins:
Dogecoin and some of its copies have turned many of their owners into millionaires.
Recently, one of the executives of “Goldman Sachs” bank resigned from his job after he had achieved great success in investing in the digital currency “Dogecoin”.
According to a report by eFinancialCareers, Aziz McMahon, a veteran of Goldman Sachs who led the bank’s emerging sales division in London, has resigned from his job after making a fortune by investing in the cryptocurrency, Dogecoin.
After 14 years at his job at Goldman Sachs, McMahon is no longer working there, according to his colleagues.
The report states that the banker has made “millions” through the “meme” cryptocurrency, which has increased by more than 18,000 percent since the beginning of 2021 last week.
According to the same source, “McMahon” launched his hedge fund after leaving his job.
The epic rise in the price of “Dogecoin” spawned a new generation of millionaires who paid close attention to the tweets of the CEO of Tesla.
Earlier this year, the source revealed that youtuber “Jason Prolevik” had turned into a millionaire and amassed a seven-digit fortune due to the cryptocurrency prank after investing his entire savings in it in early February.