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Successful Investor Hamster Mr. Goxx is Dead -Breaking

The Crypto World is sad to report that Mr. Goxx, a successful investor, has died

He was the most well-known rodent of the cryptocurrency industry. Mr. Goxx made videos and traded crypto. He even created his own NFTs. Crypto giants acknowledged Mr. Goxx too, including Elon Musk, who thought the hamster had “mad skillz.”

He was trading cryptocurrency four days before his death. Human partners found him dead. They announced he “suddenly refused eating and fell asleep peacefully on Monday morning.”

“Being with us as a pet for quite a while, he became famous out of nowhere,”
they said on Mr. Goxx’s Twitter (NYSE:).

“Mr. Goxx brought joy to many people around the world and reminds us to not take life too seriously. He shed light into dark moments of pandemic, inflation and many kinds of trouble.”
Mr. Goxx’s YouTube video of his first trading performance reached a wide audience of over 163K viewers. One of the viewers was surprised by Mr. Goxx’s luck, commenting on the video:

“I can’t believe I live in this era where a hamster trades better than me.”
It was amazing. The hamster was remarkable. Mr. Goxx made money running a treadmill. He eventually increased his business by 20 percent, surpassing professional crypto-market investors.

The trading area was the place where he could choose coins to trade in. He did this by running a simple wheel that gave him a variety of trading options. The tunnels indicated two choices, selling or buying.

“Thank you and rest in peace, Max (a.k.a Mr. Goxx). You will be missed, and your memory will live forever on the blockchain,”
He shared his friendship with humans.


  • Speculative crypto trading can result in financial losses, even though this wasn’t the case with Mr. Goxx.


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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.