Former CIA officer worried about people taking prank tokens as investment assets

Former CIA officer Edward Snowden tweeted that he is negative about “meme” tokens like Shiba Inu and Dogecoin due to his bad sense of humor. Snowden is also concerned about the fact that many perceive “meme” digital money as an investment opportunity, which could lead to serious financial losses. The ex-CIA officer added that he respects people who treat Dogecoin, Shiba Inu and other similar tokens as a joke.

Early November Snowden warned about the dangers of “meme” cryptocurrencies. Then the former CIA officer advised not to try to outplay the market.

Snowden has spoken out repeatedly about digital assets. For example, in October, he explained the danger of national cryptocurrencies, and also named the reason for the sharp rise in bitcoin.

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