DOGE co-founder jokes he may become fashion influencer
When asked about his “Plan C” if his crypto assets and day job don’t provide him with adequate income, IT engineer Billy Markus, who co-founded the original meme cryptocurrency dogecoin (DOGE), jokingly revealed he would aim for the fashion sector.
The meme coin creator’s “Plan C” comes as a result of the news regarding McDonald’s layoffs in the U.S. which seemingly was his alternative plan in the crypto space.
A Twitter user wanted to know Billy’s current “Plan C.” Jokingly, Markus suggested that he might become a “fashion influencer,” while sharing an image of a Shiba Inu dog wearing a vest, cap, and bow tie.
Former detractors of the cryptocurrency market often suggested that its followers and traders find “real jobs” at McDonald’s, which is well-known in the crypto community since that was where a young man named CZ earned his livelihood before he switched to the blockchain business.
How is DOGE doing today?
DOGE is having a tough market day as the meme coin had recorded a decrease in valuation of over 2% within 24 hours as of press time. At $0.077, DOGE’s trading volume had also recorded a 52% decrease showing reduced activity on the assets network.
Doge transfer alert
A stunning 366,307,989 DOGE was transferred around 16 hours ago from one anonymous wallet to another. The sender only had to pay 55.60 DOGE, or about $4.40, to complete this massive transfer.
The tracker above has seen several enormous quantities of DOGE, while five or ten times less than the one above, during the previous 24 hours, indicating that the whales have been busy.