Chuck Liddell, former UFC light-heavyweight champion, has announced interest in investing in Safemoon (SAFEMOON), and the two largest dog meme-based cryptocurrencies, Shiba Inu (SHIB) and Dogecoin (DOGE).
A couple of days ago, Liddell, a former UFC superstar who has recently joined crypto bandwagon, published a poll on Twitter asking the crypto community members to choose between the three aforementioned altcoins.
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The poll garnered a total of 181,871 votes. Safemoon won the poll by huge margins with 43.8%,, followed by Shiba Inu (SHIB), and Dogecoin (DOGE) in third place at 25.5%.
Chuck Liddell tweeted, “Im curious who will win this. Which crypto community is the strongest! between these 3. @dogecoin @safemoon @Shibtoken.”
— Chuck Liddell 🥶 (@ChuckLiddell) January 4, 2022
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Chuck Liddell Decides to Invest in the Three Altcoins
In a subsequent tweet, Liddell appreciated the crypto community for participating in the poll. The former UFC superstar announced his decision to diversify his investment by choosing the three crypto assets in the poll, which are Safemoon (SAFEMOON), Shiba Inu (SHIB), and Dogecoin (DOGE).
Chuck Liddell wrote, “Thank you to all who showed up for these 3 Crypto coins in my poll. I have made a decision to take a set amount of money and diversify between all 3 coins the percentages of votes they received in the poll due to everyone’s ENTHUSIASM.”
Thank you to all who showed up for these 3 #Crypto coins in my poll. I have made a decision to take a set amount of money and diversify between all 3 coins the percentages of votes they received in the poll due to everyones ENTHUSIASM. 🤙🥶#LFG #safemoon #shiba #dogecoin
— Chuck Liddell 🥶 (@ChuckLiddell) January 6, 2022
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With a series of tweets in November 2021, the former UFC champion announced his growing interest in digital currencies, including his inquiry back then to understand the differences between the two largest meme tokens, Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB).
Liddell joins a growing list of current and former MMA fighters who have showcased their interest in the crypto ecosystem.
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