Barry Silbert, the founder and CEO of Digital Currency Group, has predicted that meme cryptocurrency Dogecoin’s (DOGE) market capitalization will fall to below $1 billion.

What Happened: Silbert said on Twitter that Dogecoin’s market capitalization is not worth its current market capitalization of $37 billion. Digital Currency Group is a venture capital company focused on the digital currency market and its subsidiaries include Grayscale Investments and CoinDesk.

Silbert added that Dogecoin is the “ultimate momentum, gamble trade.” He believes that once this momentum is gone, the current holders of the altcoin will move to other coins and learn that “there are many other/better ways to make 10x” returns.”

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Nevertheless, the cryptocurrency investor added that Dogecoin will “certainly” not go away due to its passionate community and he is truly excited to see what the meme coin can become over time.

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Dogecoin co-creator Billy Markus advised Silbert not to convince people by “belittling” them. He added he did not know why supporters of apex cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) are “so hell bent on shooting themselves in the foot.”

Why It Matters: Created mainly as a joke in 2013, Dogecoin has shot to prominence this year, in major part due to endorsement from Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) CEO Elon Musk. The meme cryptocurrency’s year-to-date gains