A former US NSA employee considers investments in this asset dangerous

​Edward Snowden has called Shiba Inu “a clone of dog money”

01.11.2021 - 07:45

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What's new? Former CIA and NSA employee Edward Snowden has posted a tweet urging to refrain from investing in the popular cryptocurrency Shiba Inu. In his opinion, this asset is a clone of another dog cryptocurrency called Dogecoin.

What is Snowden warning about? In his publication, the author writes:

“If you got talked into exchanging your hard-earned savings for some new dog money because a meme said you'd get rich, please carefully consider your odds of outsmarting a market that sold to you its stake in ‘not even dog money but a CLONE of dog money’.”

In addition, he stressed that if this tweet irritates subscribers, they should reduce the number of tokens they own.

How is the integration of Shiba Inu going? As aforementioned, the world's largest cinema chain AMC plans to add the Shiba Inu coin to the list of cryptocurrencies accepted for online payments for tickets.

Author:

Michael Golikov Michael Golikov

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