Bitcoin critic Peter Schiff criticizes Elon Musk for checking Dogecoin for BTC Peers

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Bitcoin critic Peter Schiff criticizes Elon Musk for charging Dogecoin

Peter Schiff has gone after the richest man in the world, Elon Musk, for charging Dogecoin. According to the main critic and CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, Musk is promoting Dogecoin so he can get in early. Tesla CEO Musk has talked about Dogecoin quite a bit. He recently dubbed the digital asset “the people’s crypto,” a statement that blew the price of the digital asset by more than 50%. However, Schiff is not having it. He is accusing Musk of pumping Doge because he is late to the Bitcoin party. While @elonmusk said he’s a Bitcoin fan, he also admitted he’s late to the party. Maybe that’s why he’s starting a new party at Dogecoin. The key to any Ponzi or Pyramid scheme is to arrive early and not leave late. Now #Dogecoin is better to be #Bitcoin than Bitcoin.— Peter Schiff (@PeterSchiff) February 7, 2021 Bitcoin evangelist and investor Anthony Pompliano responded to Schiff. He laughed at Schiff’s claims that DOGE would eventually outperform Bitcoin. LMAO @PeterSchiff is now claiming that Dogecoin is going to disrupt Bitcoin. You can’t make this up. – Pomp

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