Developer of Memecoin believes projects on BSC chain are worth nothing
The creator of one of the most popular memecurrencies on the market attacked the BSC community, calling every token on the network “trash” and causing a controversy on Twitter. thread,
Marcus also said that “BSCGM” is nonexistent, and projects with some perspective and fundamental value are not going to work with a BSC full of scandals, exploitation and other problems.
There is no such thing as “bscgem”.
Every token on that chain is garbage.
Every account that mentions “bscgem” is a scam bot, a crook or an idiot.— Shibetoshi Nakamoto (@bilm2k) 2 June 2022
He also said that anyone who mentions the word “bscgem” is either a scam bot or an “idiot”. Such a rigorous description of projects based on BSCs is likely due to the number of scandals and exploits on BSCs since the rise of the DeFi industry.
Users then quickly objected to Marklus, saying that not all projects based on the Binance smart chain are scams or honeypots, but at the same time, he did not give any examples of the projects he mentioned.
The Dogecoin co-founder later stated that he couldn’t think of any exceptions to the rule as the involvement of a project or platform in a chain is usually a huge red flag, and it is “almost 100% garbage” if it includes have to do anything. with B.Sc
Marcus reveals who wrote the Dogecoin code
Previously, the co-founder of Memetoken jokingly revealed the real people who are behind DOGE’s code, and they were bitcoin developers. Most likely what Marcus meant is that the largest part of Dogecoin consists of the bitcoin codebase and is not really unique.
Marcus’ tweet was most likely a reference to the online controversy surrounding his persona of Elon Musk and other Dogecoin co-founders.
As for Dogecoin’s market cap, it has been trading at a nearly one-month low of $0.08 for over two weeks.