- The United States military shot down a UFO in Lake Huron.
- The octagon-shaped object sparked a heated debate on Twitter.
- UFO Gaming (UFO) altcoin shot up by 33% amid the news.
The U.S. Military had to shoot down an octagon-shaped unidentified flying object (UFO) floating above Lake Huron. The unusual UFO activity in North America resulted in four such incidents in the past week, just days after unmasking the spy balloon from China.
Cryptically, the U.S. Military didn’t comment if the UFO neutralized in Lake Huron has any connection to the one in Michigan but also pointed out that the unknown aircraft 20,000 feet above was hazardous to commercial aircraft.
UFO Gaming Flies High with 33% Gains
Following the news, the decentralized gaming platform UFO Gaming catapulted by 33%, claiming $0.00000260, the highest point in the last three months. The e-sports and dark metaverse-focused blockchain claimed the #420 spot by global market cap, with slightly above $50 million, according to CoinGecko.
The UFO e-sports gaming community is happy with the extra social mentions. Still, many crypto enthusiasts on Twitter are puzzled about how the clash with the curious aliens resulted in a bull run for $UFO. “Gotta love the science behind crypto,” – one crypto enthusiast uttered, while a bunch of other crypto aficionados unanimously tweeted, “crypto is fun,” subsequently minting the tweet as NFT.
Just Elon’s Besties Stopping By?
According to Reuters, U.S. Air Force General Glen VanHerck has no idea “what the three most recent objects are, how they stay aloft, or where they are coming from.” Fortunately, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted a comforting statement to his followers regarding the worrying UFO encounter.
“Don’t worry, just some of my 👽 🛸 friends of mine stopping by …,” uttered the most famous Dogecoin (DOGE) fanboy as a flurry of memes featuring conspiracy theories and concerned President Joe Bidden surfaced shortly after.
Inevitably, Joe Bidden ordered the hit as it posed a threat to commercial aircraft, thus preventing further incidents. However, one of the memes reads: “Relax! They came to take me back home.”
On the Flipside
- Despite the rapid spike, UFO Gaming (UFO) couldn’t maintain the $0.000002 key support level and trades at $0.00000197, with a $16 million global market cap lost since the 24-hour peak price.
Why You Should Care
The mystery surrounding the last couple of incidents linked to unidentified flying objects in North America helped spark a bull run for a lesser-known altcoin.
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