Dogecoin co-founder: Elon Musk is a ‘money scammer’

Dogecoin co-founder: Elon Musk is a 'money scammer' 3

Jackson Palmer is one of the people behind Dogecoin – a cryptocurrency launched in 2013. Thanks to some of Elon Musk’s posts on Twitter, Dogecoin is now one of the largest digital currencies in the world.

However, in a recent interview with Australia’s Crikey newspaper, Jackson Palmer made many criticisms of the CEO of electric car company Tesla.

`Elon Musk is really good at pretending he knows. That’s very clear with Tesla’s promise of fully self-driving cars,` Palmer criticized.

Jackson Palmer – co-founder of Dogecoin.

Palmer also recalled that he first messaged Elon Musk on Twitter a few years ago, when he created a bot (software that runs automated tasks) to help detect cryptocurrency scams in posts.

`Elon Musk contacted me to access that bot and it quickly became clear that he did not understand coding. He also asked me how to run this Python script,` Palmer recounted.

Palmer thinks that users on Twitter may be fascinated by Elon Musk’s posts and want to make friends or get rich by collaborating with him.

Dogecoin co-founder: Elon Musk is a 'money scammer'

Elon Musk at a technology event in California (USA).

In the history of Dogecoin’s development, Elon Musk is one of the indispensable factors because he has publicly supported this digital currency many times.

According to CoinDesk, there are 3 posts from Elon Musk that have a major impact on the cryptocurrency market.

However, CoinDesk believes that the `Elon Musk effect` is gradually making many investors depressed.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *