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DOGE is a Ponzi scam, according to Neel Kashkari, president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank

Kashkari has previously criticized encryption. On February 14, 2020, he said that digital assets like Bitcoin (BTC) are not stable currencies and praised the SEC for taking “strong steps” against initial coin offerings (ICOs).

This year, Kashkari is not a member of the Federal Open Market Committee, which determines the country’s monetary policy. The Minneapolis Fed will replace the FOMC in 2022 and serve as a voting member in 2023.

Kashkari will not vote on monetary policy this year, but he is against any move that raises interest rates before 2023. The Federal Reserve’s latest study predicts that interest rates will increase by the end of 2023, which is sooner than anticipated.

Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari calls DOGE a ponzi - Crypto News

The expected adjustments undoubtedly contributed to the dólar’s significant appreciation compared to existing currencies, raw materials, and even crypto derivatives. Following a short rebound, prices fell precipitously, pushing them further lower.

DOGE, for example, drew public attention early in the year as a result of minority speculation, helped by Elon Musk’s favorable tweets. Dogecoin even outperformed Bitcoin in terms of volume in January, with tweets increasing by 1,800%. DOGE, on the other hand, suffered greatly when the value of cryptocurrencies dropped. According to Cointelegraph, Dogecoin activity liquidations outnumbered Bitcoin by a small margin in April.

More Tweets from Neel Kashkari

Sources: Cointelegraph. Image: Imagen de Gerd Altmann en Pixabay.

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DOGE is a Ponzi scam, according to Neel Kashkari, president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank

Kashkari has previously criticized encryption. On February 14, 2020, he said that digital assets like Bitcoin (BTC) are not stable currencies and praised the SEC for taking “strong steps” against initial coin offerings (ICOs).

This year, Kashkari is not a member of the Federal Open Market Committee, which determines the country’s monetary policy. The Minneapolis Fed will replace the FOMC in 2022 and serve as a voting member in 2023.

Kashkari will not vote on monetary policy this year, but he is against any move that raises interest rates before 2023. The Federal Reserve’s latest study predicts that interest rates will increase by the end of 2023, which is sooner than anticipated.

Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari calls DOGE a ponzi - Crypto News

The expected adjustments undoubtedly contributed to the dólar’s significant appreciation compared to existing currencies, raw materials, and even crypto derivatives. Following a short rebound, prices fell precipitously, pushing them further lower.

DOGE, for example, drew public attention early in the year as a result of minority speculation, helped by Elon Musk’s favorable tweets. Dogecoin even outperformed Bitcoin in terms of volume in January, with tweets increasing by 1,800%. DOGE, on the other hand, suffered greatly when the value of cryptocurrencies dropped. According to Cointelegraph, Dogecoin activity liquidations outnumbered Bitcoin by a small margin in April.

More Tweets from Neel Kashkari

Sources: Cointelegraph. Image: Imagen de Gerd Altmann en Pixabay.

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