Goldman Sachs Exec says no to the company after making millions with Dogecoin

According to The Telegraph, a senior Goldman Sachs executive left the company after earning millions from Dogecoin. Aziz McMahon, Head of Emerging Markets Sales, resigned after 14 years of investment banking. McMahon reportedly opened a hedge fund with his profit. However, the exact figure for what he has earned is not yet known. Since the beginning of the year, the value of DOGE has increased by nearly 10,000%, pushing a new story about what a healthy investment is. As competitors continue to suppress the idea of investing in DOGE, its popularity has spawned a new dog money subcategory. At this point, it's hard to know what to think about things. The price of Dogefather Crashes and Burns Dogecoin hit a record high at $ 0.74 over the weekend. However, after Elon Musk appeared on SNL later in the day, the euphoria was short-lived, as DOGE increased by up to 30%. Weeks before he appeared on the show, there was speculation that he would name it Dogecoin, and he did so in a few scenes. But instead of sending DOGE to the moon, the markets moved south to find a local fund of $ 0.41. Source: DOGEUSD on However, there is nothing denying DOGE's unreal gains so far. Thanks to Dogecoin, McMahon, who was able to escape the corporate madness, is a fact that is not lost. Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz said the Dogecoin phenomenon has evolved into a movement whose dominant meaning is to stay connected to the system. "When you think about the whole spirit of this crypto revolution, there is something naive about what dogecoin is doing … it's like middle finger for the system. People are not happy with the current financial system. They are just. The dogecoin craze is going crazy Dogecoin's popularity is so popular. Several imitators have been released, including Dogelon Mars, Dogefi and DogeMoon, to name a few, but the most successful to date was the launch of Shiba Inu.

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