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In the midst of the market crash, McDonald’s pokes fun at cryptocurrency investors

In a viral tweet that has received over 88,000 likes in hours, McDonald’s insulted bitcoin investors by asking how they are doing.

In this way, the fast-food behemoth has tapped into a famous stereotype about broke crypto guys having to resort to flipping burgers when the market tanked.

The witty tweet drew the attention of MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor. Of course, who responds with a photo of himself wearing a McDonald’s hat. The Bitcoin billionaire, whose fortune is decimate by the recent meltdown. Then, says he’ll “do whatever it takes” to acquire even more.

Gemini CEO Tyler Winklevoss had a similar idea, joking about buying “the Big McDip.”

Also, President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, recently uploaded a photo of himself dressed in a McDonald’s costume. Bukele’s ill-timed Bitcoin purchases cost the Central American country an estimated $20 million. The dip-buyer-in-zeal chief’s was not dampened by the poor performance.

Thenz, McDonald’s’ official Twitter account began communicating with prominent crypto firms, like the Coinbase exchange, in an embarrassing manner.

McDonald’s (@McDonalds) January 24, 2022 “have two twitter accounts ever hugged”

So, it did not go over well with some Bitcoin enthusiasts. Rather than playing along, they asked the fast-food behemoth to repair its infamously faulty ice cream equipment.

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