Have you heard the story about the crypto founder who sold all his crypto for $10,000 only for it to be worth billions many years later? On this episode of Where It Happens, co-hosts Sahil Bloom (@sahilbloom) and Greg Isenberg (@gregisenberg) get to the bottom of one of the craziest stories by speaking directly with the co-creator of Dogecoin Billy Markus (@BillyM2k). He explains his early experiments in crypto, how he created Dogecoin, the truth about his famous sell, the future of cryptocurrencies, and a special message for Elon Musk.
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