Drama of intense warfare between Shiba Inu and the medical app Ask the Doctor on Twitter
The crypto market has never been short of dramatic stories and speculation. The heated argument between the Shiba Inu community and the medical app Ask the Doctor is the latest example.
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The Canadian online health service Ask the Doctor is currently the subject of heated controversy with the Shiba Inu community and the project’s operators, as the service has described the coin meme as “the greatest scam in the world”. They don’t stop and even plan to sue community leader Shytoshi Kusama. Team has tweet:
“We will start suing SHIB and Shytoshi Kusama tokens in the UK on December 22nd. It is our duty to protect the crypto community from these potential scammers. We will find out their identity. ”
The company’s legal department will be primarily responsible for bringing charges against SHIB. However, this is not the first time the health service has criticized the dog-loving community. In a tweet, the company emphasized:
“I can’t see it right now, but SHIB gets weaker when the carpet is pulled. There are many reasons, including SHIB founders, who hide their identities behind fraudulent carpets. ”
The point of criticism was the recent price drop of SHIB by more than 8%.
Suddenly “turn the car around”
In early December, the medical platform added $ 1.5 million SHIB to its balance sheet. Additionally, the service started selling Shiba Inu-related goods and even promised to burn some tokens to gain new followers.
Of course, the SHIB company has now removed it from its balance sheet. All goods are also refundable.
In response to these claims, Shytoshi made Kusama accusations Ask The Doctor operates a fraudulent account on Twitter.
“You are a cheater. Where are all of your “doctor” tweets from the account you created in 2009? Not kidding, right? Your actions are as planned from the first tweet. ”
Also Dogecoin co-founder Billy Markus Say more his views on the ongoing struggle. He claimed the account “literally told people to sell DOGE and buy SHIB 4 hours ago”.
It all started with Ask the Doctor tweet “gives away a Tesla for 1 year”. The steps to winning it are “sell your SHIB and use the money to buy FLOKI. Any amount “. Other SHIB supporters have also joined comment in this war.
“Unfortunately, I have received many reports that Ask the Doctor has started promoting other tokens on social media based on their popularity. Please just be a good doctor, promote everyone’s health, and say no to FUD. ”
Meanwhile also the medical background advertise a “great mental health project” with Floki Inu and boxer Tyson Fury, no further details.
In fact, the account has been embroiled in various controversies. Other well-known people have also raised concerns about the legitimacy of the I-Klinik. Shytoshi also questioned “Ask the Doctor’s verified account on Twitter”. He believes they may have bought verification accounts from third party apps to fool people.
Is the SHIB price affected by such loud stories? At the time of writing, the second largest meme coin is up over 2% in the past 24 hours and is trading at $ 0.00003353.
4-Hour SHIB Price Chart | Source: Tradingview
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