Billy Marcus, one of the founders of Dogecoin, informed that he recently declined an offer to become an instant millionaire by turning down $14 million crypto offer. The offer is believed to be for a DOGE-inspired project.
Marcus, who is known on Twitter as Shibetoshi Nakamoto, is one of the outspoken cryptocurrency characters on the microblogging site. However, the latest admission didn’t directly come from him. Instead, a Twitter user was the one who spread the news.
The co-founder of the world’s first Dogecoin-themed altcoin responded to the tweet, claiming that no one really cares and just assumes he got rich with Dogecoin or orchestrating pump and dump or those other things that he is constantly accused of. This tweet came in response to several tweets asserting his involvement in scams or implying that he became rich co-creating the memecoin.
Some Twitter users praised Marcus’s sense of loyalty to the community, here is one such tweet,
Marcus left the Dogecoin project briefly after it was officially launched. But, he remains very active on Twitter, talking about DOGE and other topics in relation to crypto. He is mostly seen tweeting with Elon Musk, posting memes, and blocking other Twitter users. This includes the co-founder Jackson Palmer.
Like Palmer, Marcus admitted that he has no intention of going back on the development of Dogecoin or any plans to produce a new crypto asset or digital currency.
As of writing, DOGE was trading down at $0.061.
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