This Week on Crypto Tweeter – Elon Musk, Spice DAO, El Salvador and More

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The New Year’s celebrations are behind us and we are well into 2022, which means it is time to get back to our weekly crypto Twitter roundups!

And, boy, has it not been a good beginning of the year for the crypto market: all major coins are still maintaining their continuous downtrends that started after a brief peak last November.

The crypto winter keeps chugging along and we are here to see how the crypto Twitter is dealing with it through the power of memes and conversation. Elon Musk, Serena Williams, Vitalik Buterin and others have been the subject of some pretty harsh Twitter memes this week.

🔔 From crypto news, to market moves, and to educational how to videos.

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