Mr. Goxx, the Beloved Hamster Crypto Trader That Outperformed Warren Buffet, Has Died


Mr. Goxx, the crypto-trading hamster who had the record for beating some of the biggest-name investors on Wall Street, has died. Hamster was shot in the spotlight after his owners decided to turn his actions into a joke in real trading to expose the randomness of success in the cryptocurrency market. Mr Gox made headlines in September this year, when its crypto portfolio rose 24% in one day – outperforming the S&P 500 and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway in the same period.

Apart from minor kidney failure, his anonymous German owners said that the hamster had no other notable signs of illness, which led to the death of the real Max. His owner tweeted, “Mr. Gox showed no signs of serious illness in his early days apart from some kidney problems due to professional mite treatment.” “Having had a normal amount of food till Sunday, he suddenly refused to eat and slept peacefully on Monday morning.”

Mr. Goxx, as the world knew him, had a small “office” called a “Gox’s Box” attached to his cage. Mr. Goxx chose whether he wanted to trade bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency By running in his wheel, which cycled a computer program through various options. Once he completes his race he exits the wheel area through one of two tunnels – one “buying” and the other “selling”.

A broadcast was started on Twitch every time they entered the tunnel, and an automated tweet was sent to their followers to inform them that a trading session had begun. Trades were made based on their actions by a combination of software scripts, computers and microcontrollers, thus making every trade a random shot in the dark – negating the possibility of any foul.

According to Hamster’s most recent Twitch stream, Mr. Goxx’s top three holdings were stellar, ether, and chilis. Mr. Goxx’s success enabled his steward to generate approximately $12,000 (approximately Rs.8.93 lakh) through Goxx Capital-themed sales. NFT,

as of October 1 interview with insider, the money was used to expand Hamster’s trading portfolio and create a bigger and better trading setup.

“For us humans behind Goxx Capital, it is difficult to understand the situation and questions about the possible continuation of the project are not relevant to us at this time (for now, we will drop everything),” wrote The thread ends with thanks to Mr. Goxx’s bereaved father, Mr. Goxx.


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