Founder Dogecoin Beats Those Who Sabotage Doge From Within: Here’s What Happens

Yuri Molchan

Doge creator Markus is beating those who pretend to support Dogecoin, but are actually sabotaging it

Dogecoin co-founder Billy Markus, who is no longer a part of the project but remains an active community member, posted a thread in which he butchered a group of Doge community members who may be trying to “poison and sabotage” Doge.

“Titled, Unpleasant Community”, “Dumb Off”

From time to time, Markus casts heavy criticism on a section of the Dogecoin community that, in his opinion, is trying to break DOGE from within. Last time it was Doge supporters arguing and attacking other crypto communities, as well as Doge fans who are pro NFT or who have both Doge and other cryptocurrencies. Some of these “critics” often criticize the popular Robinhood brokerage that trades Doge along with other cryptocurrencies and stocks.

Today Billy Markus in his tweet called those “righteous and annoying” members of the Dogecoin community. According to Markus, these people (he didn’t name anyone in particular, though) turn one’s work on a cryptocurrency into “a lot of responsibility and stress,” causing “the workers to stop.”

The people he means are the ones who start criticizing developers when they start making changes to Dogecoin, trying to get something done and improve DOGE.

Working on a cryptocurrency sucks. it is a lot of responsibility and a lot of stress. what doesn’t help is an entitled, obnoxious community. that increases the suction power. that will cause the workers to stop.

“Help Doge improve or leave”

Billy suggests that these drivers in the back seat should help others improve the situation or leave and make their own communities.

It’s not me, I don’t do anything for dogecoin except telling people to stop being idiots. It’s the idiots who attack people who actually do things.

The Doge co-founder even went so far as to joke that these people could be paid by another community to impersonate Dogecoin supporters while trying to “poison and sabotage” it.

Those people are not part of the actual Doge community for Markus, as he indicated.

No “Dogecoin 2.0” on the horizon

As reported by U.Today on Friday, Markus has requested a three-month unpaid leave to “learn more about coding crypto stuff”. However, when a follower asked him if he plans to create a “dogecoin 2.0”, he said he has no intention of returning to working on Dogecoin or building a new cryptocurrency.

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