As the value of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies plummeted over the past week, a series of memes appeared again on Twitter, launching some “McDonalds”, mocking cryptocurrencies and urging merchants to sell their burgers if they wanted to get real jobs when cryptocurrencies fell.
This time the joke did not end without an answer. Supporters of cryptocurrency such as El Salvador’s President Najib Bukele and billionaire Elon Musk have come to the defense of these currencies. Abu Qila started a tweet and posted a photo of himself with it, McDonald was wearing a uniform and its hat, and Musk tweeted that if McDonald accepted one of his favorite cryptocurrencies, token, he would eat happy food live.
Abu Qila sent a tweet on Monday that appeared to be a joke, encouraging McDonald’s employees to buy a portion of their salary for food. He ended the tweet by saying, “Now to flip the burgers again, lazy bastard, damn it!” Most of these teasing memes are called ordinary people. Some have tweeted that the decline and increase in the value of Bitcoin is like the golden curves of McDonald’s.
This is not the first time McDonald’s-backed memes have spread, calling on online crypto communities to curb falling cryptocurrency prices. In late June, when the cryptocurrency price dropped below $ 30,000, McDonald’s sent a tweet link to his work site, “Hey crypto traders, we invite you to apply to join us.” McDonald’s did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
After falling to $ 35,000 last Friday, prices rose about 7% to $ 36,579 on Tuesday. The price of Bitcoin has fallen further by 46% since reaching $ 69,000 in early November 2021.
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