- Alex McCurry slams all meme coins as garbage.
- His remarks come as a reply to BSC News’s tweet on meme coins.
- McCurry is the founder of Solidity.
Alex McCurry, the founder of Solidity, a smart contract solutions platform, recently dropped his two cents on meme coins. In reply to BSC News’s tweet on which major meme coin outperformed BTC and ETH in January, McCurry made his remarks.
McCurry mentioned all meme coins, including Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, Baby Doge, Floki Inu, and Dogelon Mars, are garbage. He also said the Twitter accounts of these meme coins in his tweet reply.
The comment comes amidst a time when most of the major meme coins performed exceptionally well in January, as opposed to Bitcoin and Ethereum. The king of meme coins, Dogecoin, is up by 15.73% in the last 30 days. Shiba Inu has been up by 50.64% in the last 30 days.
However, the most exceptional performance was put out by Baby DogeCoin. Baby Doge rose by 225.9% over the last 30 days. This is almost 10x the growth as compared to ETH. BabyDoge is also up by 111.5% over the last seven days. The meme coin is trading at $0.000000003325, with a 54% drop in value over the last 24 hours.
January was an exceptionally better month for the whole cryptocurrency market. Most of the coins displayed double-digit gains after the bear market of 2023.
Meme coins were all the rage in 2021 as most of the altcoins touched their all-time highs. However, meme coins have paved their path to being more than just a meme with several developments. The Shiba Inu team has been hard at work on its long-awaited Shibarium, which should be available soon.