In the tweet, he likened each of the cryptocurrencies to a particular rock band, but left a question mark beside Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE).
Bitcoin = Pink Floyd
Ethereum = U2
Litecoin = Eagles
XRP = Coldplay
Zcash = Radiohead
Dogecoin = ?
— Barry Silbert (@BarrySilbert) March 17, 2022
Silbert compared Ethereum to U2, Bitcoin to Pink Floyd, XRP to Coldplay, LTC coin to the Eagles, and Zcash to Radiohead.
People started reacting to his tweet, assuming which rock band would best describe Dogecoin.
Replying to Silbert’s tweet, a Twitter handle named @spacephilman said, “Dogecoin is Twisted Sister”.
Dogecoin is Twisted Sister pic.twitter.com/y4Yy1l5yTc
— LORD TITAN (@spacephilman) March 17, 2022
Here is another reply to Silbert’s tweet, comparing DOGE to the Beatles.
Dogecoin = Beatles
Zcash = that high school rock band that never landed a gig again after the Christmas party in 11th grade
— poordart (@poordart) March 17, 2022
And another person compared Dogecoin to the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
IRON MAideN pic.twitter.com/pyvgEJgFQJ
— Ð Conscious (@occupymars42069) March 17, 2022