Bitcoin Evangelists Musk, Saylor and Winklevoss React to Crypto Crash

The crash of crypto, and more specifically Bitcoin, has given voice to critics of digital currencies 

Besides the main argument that cryptocurrencies are a scam, detractors and skeptics are going after coin and token evangelists.  

Most often their attacks, numerous on social media, target the past statements of proponents of cryptocurrencies and more specifically of Bitcoin. So they challenged them with a simple question: What now? 

After having kept silent about the crash, the evangelists are now reacting. Sometimes with humor, sometimes as a reminder that the industry has already gone through tough times and made it through. 

The biggest influencer in the crypto industry is arguably Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla   whose tweet about a cryptocurrency can impact its price. 

Musk also changed the fate of Dogecoin, the meme coin that was created as a joke. Dogecoin owes much of its current value to the backing of the world's richest man, industry sources say.  

On June 15, Billy Markus, the co-creator of Dogecoin posted the following message on Twitter accompanied by a cartoon popular on social media. 

The billionaire did not respond to comments from his fans, who wanted to know more.