Bitcoin’s current price is Rs 48,28,435, and its market share is 43.70 percent, down 0.28 percent from the previous day. On November 2, cryptocurrency values remained mixed.
The worldwide cryptocurrency market capitalization is now Rs 197.57 lakh crores, up 0.42 percent from the day, while total crypto market volume is Rs 9,95,986 crores, up 0.12 percent.
Bitcoin’s current price is Rs 48,28,435, and its market share is 43.70 percent, down 0.28 percent from the previous day.
Cryptocurrency meme Shiba Inu is the most popular cryptocurrency on WazirX, with Tether, Decentraland, and Bitcoin coming in second and third, respectively.
SHIB, the self-proclaimed “dogecoin killer,” was modeled after Dogecoin and was established in August 2020 by the moniker Ryoshi. It is now trading at Rs 0.005456, down 4.69 percent from yesterday.
Edward Snowden, a US whistleblower, warns people against investing in the cryptocurrency Shiba Inu, which he describes as a “clone of dog money.”
The former NSA contractor’s views appear to have been echoed by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, like the former NSA contractor, recently dismissed the popular meme cryptocurrency.
“I speak this with passion: if you got duped into exchanging your difficult funds for new dog funds because a message said you’d get wealthy. Please consider carefully your chances of outwitting an industry that auctioned you its attention in *not even dog funds but a CLONE of dog funds,” Snowden tweeted on Sunday.
Musk got taken aback by Snowden’s post, and his response to a journalist questioned what he meant.
Reuters correspondent Joel Schectman wondered aloud, “Dog money?” “If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you’re honestly better off not knowing,” Snowden said sarcastically.
Elon Musk, who came across screenshots of Snowden and the journalist’s Twitter interaction, answered with a single emotion that stands for “ROFL (rolling on the floor laughing).”
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