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Dogecoin Bear Barry Silbert Says 99% Of Cryptocurrencies Are Overpriced

Founder and CEO of Digital Currency Group Barry Silbert said on social media Monday that almost all cryptocurrencies are overpriced.

What Happened: Silbert’s comments came in response to a tweet from Bloomberg’s Joe Weisenthal that inquired if cryptocurrencies were overpriced generally or “just a bunch of sh*tcoins that have no business being where they are?”

Silbert said, “99% are overpriced.”

Silbert last month disclosed taking a short position in Dogecoin (DOGE), and earlier this month said he expects the hot meme cryptocurrency to fall below $1 billion market capitalization.

Why It Matters: Silbert’s Digital Currency Group subsidiary Grayscale Investments is in the cryptocurrency asset management business.

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The firm runs funds such as the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (OTC:GBTC) and the Grayscale Ethereum Trust (OTC:ETHE).

Bitcoin (BTC), the apex cryptocurrency, has surged over 23% in a seven-day trailing period as of press time. BTC traded 4.26% higher at $40,484.98.

GBTC closed 7.47% higher at $33.08 on Monday, while ETHE ended the day 5.95% higher at $24.45.

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Why It Matters: Silbert’s Digital Currency Group subsidiary Grayscale Investments is in the cryptocurrency asset management business.

Source: https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cryptocurrency/21/06/21560924/dogecoin-bear-barry-silbert-says-99-of-cryptocurrencies-are-overpriced

Donovan Larsen

Donovan is a columnist and associate editor at the Dark News. He has written on everything from the politics to diversity issues in the workplace.

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