I wrote about the move a few days later.
“Ask the Doctor has accepted Bitcoin (CCC:BTC-USD) since 2016, so it’s fair to say it’s a big proponent of cryptocurrencies. In addition, it has already begun to accept Dogecoin (CCC:DOGE-USD) for payments for services such as prescriptions and dental services,” I wrote on Dec. 6.
I finished my article by suggesting a day would come when a crypto such as SHIB-USD would completely replace the U.S. dollar as a form of payment. But, unfortunately, I also said that day hadn’t come.
Fast forward three weeks and it looks like Ask the Doctor has permanently jumped off the Shiba Inu bandwagon. If you hold SHIB-USD tokens, here’s why you might consider doing the same.
Shiba Inu Is a Fraud
That’s the opinion of the good folks at Ask the Doctor.
According to CryptoPotato, Ask the Doctor withdrew its support for the cryptocurrency on Dec. 21, selling its entire Shiba Inu stake of 31 billion tokens. As a result, it no longer holds any of this pup coin on its balance sheet.
“Why is @ShytoshiKusama not revealing himself? Easier for scammers to hide from law enforcement and people coming after you? $shib is a scam #shibarmy, the 1% real is brainwashed and 99% is bots,” the company tweeted.