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Degens Have Already Found a Way to Make Money on CZ Stepping Down

The crypto industry is reeling after news came in this morning that Binance founder Changpeng Zhao (CZ) plans to step down from his role as CEO and plead guilty to violating anti-money-laundering laws.

Crypto degens have found a silver lining: speculating on a freshly launched shitcoin called “CZ” that’s already trading on Ethereum DeFi exchange Uniswap.

The now ex-CEO, famous for touting “4” on Twitter to calm his millions of followers whenever FUD rears its ugly head, will pay $4.3 billion in fines to the U.S. government. People across the industry are rushing to Twitter to voice their opinions on the matter, and the jury seems to still be out on whether this is negative or positive for the industry.

But while the best and brightest in crypto rack their brains analyzing the impact this news will have, degens have found a way to speculate on it.

Enter, the CZ token.

Launched within a couple hours of the news breaking, CZ is currently up a humble 18,000%.

CZ token trading on Ethereum. Image: Dexscreener

To be clear, this coin has no relation to Binance, or CZ. It’s just some anonymous dev who saw the news and capitalized on it—but who doesn’t love a little entrepreneurial spirit?

At the time of writing this, CZ is sitting at a cool $130,000 market cap, but its fluctuating rapidly. So rapidly in fact, that in the time we’ve spent editing this article, it’s gone from 130K, to 200K, back to 130K, and has now landed at 300K.

Binance CEO CZ. Image: CZ/Twitter

Of course, none of this is meant to be financial advice. This Ethereum-based token was launched by an anonymous dev, and there’s a high chance the dev will eventually rug, pull liquidity from the project, and break the hearts of those left holding the bag.

For what it’s worth, Ethereum charting site Dexscreener says the liquidity has been locked, but there’s always the chance that the dev bought up a bunch of the supply.

Regardless, it’s all a reminder that when times get tough, degens find a way.

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