Elon Musk’s cryptic tweets are at the forefront of crypto news once again. It seems this time that cryptocurrencies with ‘cum’ in their name went soaring while Bitcoin fell. 

Elon’s cryptic crypto tweets

On Thursday 3rd of June Elon popped up again with some late-night tweets which blew up on crypto Twitter. As usual, they were fairly undescriptive and meme orientated. 

First, he posted a Linkin Park and Bitcoin meme which as usual upset a lot of crypto followers. Bitcoin has since fallen around 7%, although there’s no definitive proof that this was due to Elon but the tweet left a lot of people furious regardless. 

It seems even Youtube sensation KSI has had enough of Elon’s tweets as he posted on his crypto Twitter account.

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Elon then continued to post another cryptic tweet. ‘Canada, USA, Mexico’ which was interpreted by twitter as him promoting ‘cum’ based cryptocurrencies, as the first letters of each country spell out the word. As a result crypto currencies such as ‘CumRocket’ gained up to 50% from bottom to peak in the last 24 hours.

Is CumRocket just a short-lived meme coin or is there substance to this crypto?

CumRocket’s native token $cummies is a deflationary token and will be used on their NFSW platform. The token has a built-in staking system, so holders will gain interest without manually staking. At the time of writing this on June 4th, the price is $0.06983 which is a 44% increase in the last 24 hours according to CoinMarketCap.

They plan to build an NFSW platform where users can upload content, similar to ‘Onlyfans’. All transactions on-site will be paid for using $cummies. They plan to offer content creators the ability to build their own NFTs and merch to sell. If you are interested in this crypto you can find more information on their website here.

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