It doesn’t matter if the crypto space as a whole takes huge losses or if a bull market is raging. Memes are a must in this space. From the Bitcoin crash to the FTX collapse, many in the crypto community turned to humor in 2022 through memes. Let’s have a look at the best ones in this second part of crypto memes that you should definitely know.
CZ entering Alameda Research HQ meme, source: twitter.com
The crash of FTX was probably one of the least expected and most damaging events of 2022. FTX became one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world, but Binance destroyed FTX with a tweet when it announced selling a stake in FTX tokens (FTT).
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When that happened, Crypto Twitter (CT) was flooded with memes, including the CEO and founder of Cardano (ADA), Charles Hoskinson. Just for reference, Elon Musk posted a tweet of him entering Twitter headquarters with the description “let that sink in.” Crypto enthusiasts edited it by their taste.
Shaan Puri, a Bitcoin investor, shared a picture of the crypto-themed pearly gates where Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) has become the main character, saying “you never want to be the main character.”
SBF becoming the main character meme, source: twitter.com
If you’re a fan of Michael Burry and the movie The Big Short, you will surely enjoy this fan poster of “The Big Short 2,” starring SBF, Do Kwon, CZ, and Michael Saylor. As one of the worst crypto events in history, it indeed would deserve a movie.
The Big Short 2 meme, source: twitter.com
Crypto Twitter and HODL
Describing 2022 in words may be tough. Memes may do a better job! Matthew Graham posted this photo just at the beginning of 2022, well before Terra Luna, Three Arrows Capital, FTX, Genesis all collapsed. This photo aged well.
Crypto Twitter in 2022 meme, source: twitter.com
Let’s not forget the importance of HODL throughout 2022. Those who kept their coins may be at loss at the moment, but they have “diamond hands!” Best feeling ever, right? So let’s HODL until the next bull run.
Hodl Interstellar meme, source: twitter.com
When we’re at HODL, it’s also worth taking a look at candlesticks being used as a Nike logo, while changing “just do it” to “just hodl it.” Another classic that everyone should know.
Just hodl it Nike meme, source: twitter.com
This fast-food company is very much connected to crypto. In fact, McDonald’s itself recognized the popularity of crypto and created this beautiful billboard. Whether it’s true or not that they created this billboard, it’s still pretty funny.
Many “crypto bros” were laid off in 2022 due to an intense crypto winter. Tons of projects failed and more than $2 trillion evaporated from the market cap of cryptocurrencies. Hopefully, crypto bros will be able to leave their McDonald’s jobs when the bull market returns.
McDonald’s is hiring crypto bros meme, source: twitter.com
Even Michael Saylor, the founder and Chairman at MicroStrategy, made a joke about McDonald’s when crypto prices were plunging. Saylor is not worried about the short-term fluctuations of Bitcoin. Instead, he focuses on the utility of Bitcoin and adapted the approach of Warren Buffett, where the ideal time for holding your position is forever.
Michael Saylor handing over fries meme, source: twitter.com
Trading cryptocurrencies has become a big thing. The growth of the industry allowed people to trade from anywhere, and anytime as the crypto market is open 24/7. Just to compare, the stock market is open for 8 hours daily, and the forex market runs 24/5. Crypto is the infinite casino.
Technical analysis on mountains meme, source: twitter.com
You can see technical analysis formations and patterns anywhere. At certain times, even mountains may remind you of a chart of Bitcoin in 2022. Don’t forget to be patient and disciplined while trading. When you’re not, at least you’ll get physically strong as hell.
Trading meme, source: reddit.com
Most important of all, use only the necessary trading tools. This is probably the best charting skill ever recorded. Take a good look.
Technical analysis meme, source: pinterest.com
To finish this off, we would like to share a confession of someone who “scammed a scammer,” allegedly making $162,000 from FTX by sending them invoices on a regular basis. Nice side hustle.
Anonymous crypto confession, source: twitter.com