‘Buy Shiba Inu’, Says Early Bitcoin Investor Davinci Jeremie

Vinod Dsouza
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Davinci Jeremie is well-known in the cryptocurrency circles for urging investors to buy Bitcoin back in 2013. He published a video on YouTube on May 9, 2013, asking investors to buy a minimum of $1 worth of BTC. 10 years later, the early Bitcoin adopter is possibly hinting that investors should pay attention to Shiba Inu.

Jeremie predicted 10 years ago that buying Bitcoin would change people’s fortunes and deliver them life-changing gains. His prediction, of course, turned out to be true as BTC touched $69,000 in 2021.

Jeremie’s remark on Shiba Inu came as a response to a user who asked “Which Altcoin should I spend my USDT on?”. The early Bitcoin adopter swiftly replied, “Umm SHIB”.

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However, Jeremie’s response is short and vague with no further explanation on why he believes people should invest in SHIB.

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Watcher Guru has reached out to Davinci Jeremie for a comment on why he believes investors should buy Shiba Inu. We are yet to receive a response at the time of publication and will update the story accordingly.

Moreover, the SHIB community is thrilled with Jeremie’s response and is now vouching for it to be a power horse.

You can watch Jeremie’s video urging investors to buy a minimum of $1 worth of Bitcoin in 2013 below: “Look for the price of lotto ticket you can hold bitcoin for 10 years and become a millionaire,” he said.

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Shiba Inu & Bitcoin

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Bitcoin and Shiba Inu are poles apart in terms of price but share similar popularity in the crypto sphere. Both have a larger-than-life following and investors believe the respective cryptocurrencies can generate massive wealth.

However, whether Shiba Inu can move in price as Bitcoin did previously, is a question we’ll have to wait and watch for another 10 years to know the answer.