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I became a Dogecoin millionaire thanks to Elon Musk

A DOGECOIN millionaire who credits his wealth to Elon Musk says he invested £94,000 in another memecoin.

Glauber Contessoto, 33, made headlines in April when he announced he had invested his life savings – $250,000 (£189,000) – in Doge before its price skyrocketed.

Glauber Contessoto says he has invested some of his Doge assets in Floki Inu

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Glauber Contessoto says he has invested some of his Doge assets in Floki InuCredit: Facebook
The team behind the memecoin is developing an NFT video game

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The team behind the memecoin is developing an NFT video game

He then posted a screenshot showing his holdings on Robinhood at $1,081,441.29 (£755,000).

The American now says he is investing $125,000 (£94,000) in a memecoin called Floki Inu.

Talking to Benzinga“His new goal is to have 1 billion Floki tokens, so this would be around another $100k or so invested in Floki,” Glauber said.

He said he was attracted to Floki because of the video game project attached to it.

The coin’s team is developing a playable video game to earn non-fungible tokens (NFTs) called Valhalla, which Glauber calls “Axie Infinity meets Doge.”

He said that he is not worried about a drop in the value of the coin and emphasized that “depending on the market FLOKI could take a few more drops before it goes up”.

Cryptocurrency They can be riskier than other investments because they are volatile and speculative – their prices often rise and fall very quickly, sometimes for no apparent reason.

Many cryptocurrencies have a short track record, making them confusing and difficult to predict.

This type of investment is also not regulated by the regulator, which means you won’t be protected if things don’t go your way.

Meanwhile, Dogecoin price rebounded this week after another tweet by its biggest fan Elon Musk.

The coin spiked as much as 30% following the Tesla CEO’s announcement that his company would start accepting the coin as payment for its goods – but not cars.

He tweeted: “Tesla will make some merchandise purchasable with Doge and see how it goes.”

Glauber says Musk inspired him to invest in Doge.

I said CNBC “One reason why I put my savings in Dogecoin is Elon Musk.”

Some experts believe that the billionaire’s backing for the coin is not serious because Doge was started as a joke in 2013.

But Glauber said: “I think the guy is a genius.”

Musk says Tesla will start accepting Doge as payment for its goods

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Musk says Tesla will start accepting Doge as payment for its goodsCredit: AFP
Doge was started as a joke coin in 2013 but has since gained traction in part thanks to Musk's support.

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Doge was started as a joke coin in 2013 but has since gained traction in part thanks to Musk’s support.Credit: Reuters

Risks of buying with cryptocurrencies

Investing and buying with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin is very risky.

Their value is very volatile and City monitors Financial Control Authority warned investors to be prepared to lose all of their money.

Investing in cryptocurrencies is not a guaranteed way to make money.

You should also think carefully about making purchases with cryptocurrency.

For example, Bitcoin has experienced dramatic price swings in recent months, and prices can change almost hourly.

Bitcoin price was at $40,258 on January 9, according to Coindesk, but fell to $34,214 just three days later.

That’s a 15% discount.

These price movements are risky for a business because you can sell an item for Bitcoin at one price and the value can drop soon after, leaving you with less money to sell.

Similarly, the price of Bitcoin has increased by more than 21% since the beginning of this week, so it can be difficult for buyers to get an accurate idea of ​​the price of an item if its value changes on a daily basis.

What is Dogecoin Cryptocurrency?

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/17045057/dogecoin-millionaire-elon-musk-memecoin/ I became a Dogecoin millionaire thanks to Elon Musk

Bobby Allyn

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