Unfortunately, the average reader does not read to learn or reflect. Read to confirm her illusions. He only hears what he wants to hear. Which means that doing an “objective” analysis of a cryptocurrency is a dangerous field. The safest thing is that more than one will be offended. Apparently, the work of the columnist should only be a faithful echo of the official narrative. Otherwise, you are part of a conspiracy. It turns out that independent opinion is now a crime. We are talking about Shiba Inu. But let’s be honest. The good, the ugly and the bad. And whoever is offended by an opinion, well, let him be content alone.

I recently wrote an article about Shiba Inu. I mentioned the similarities between Dogecoin and Shiba Inu. Also talk about their similarities. Additionally, I speculated on the possible reasons for its recent popularity. Qualify it as a meme coin. And, in a way, I suggested that despite not having fundamentals, it could represent a fantastic opportunity for a short-term investment. I mentioned the word “garbage” several times. But “junk” in the financial sense, as in the English translation of “junk.” For example, “I bought a junk bond.” Junk: High risk, volatile, without strong fundamentals, but with high returns. Here is the link to that article.

Keep reading: The secrets of the trade: Why is Shiba Inu fashionable? This article is kind of Volume 2 of that previous article. And it is, in a sense, a response to all the angry messages I received from the Shibu Inu advocates. The funny thing is that I like Shiba Inu. In fact, I am an early investor in the project. And I haven’t sold anything yet. Of course I find it a joke. And I know it is a purely speculative asset without strong fundamentals. Its price rises, because it is fashionable in a highly irrational market. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make money from it. I recognize it. I am not a nun. I’m here for the money. I plead guilty, Your Honor.