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Mark Cuban, a billionaire, has shut down a Dogecoin critic

Mark Cuban, the billionaire, has yet again clashed on Twitter with Preston Pysh, a Pennsylvania-based entrepreneur and podcaster, over Dogecoin.

Pysh chastised Cuban for “pumping” Dogecoin, the original meme cryptocurrency, in May after he complained about out-of-control cryptocurrency spam on Twitter.

“Now do a 1 year performance comparison. I said Doge was good for spending and better than a lottery ticket. You still think btc is an inflation hedge ? It’s not and never will be. Doge/btc is flat last 30 days.” #maxisgonnamaxi #btcisdigitalgold — Mark Cuban (@mcuban) January 11, 2022

Then, In response, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks justified his remarks about Dogecoin’s suitability for spending. More so, The inflationary characteristics of the meme coin, according to Cuban, can actually make it a better currency, something Tesla CEO Elon Musk agrees with.

Also, Billy Markus, a co-founder of Dogecoin, defended Cuban, saying it’s annoying when keyboard warriors misinterpret people’s remarks.

Furthermore, The main canine coin is currently down an incredible -80.24 percent from its all-time high set in May.

Lastly, Mark Cuban, on the other hand, points out that Dogecoin has outperformed Bitcoin in the last year.

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