GFY Price Prediction: Elon Musk’s “Go F*** Yourself” Spawns Wave of New Memecoins

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GFY Price Prediction: A new memecoin is rising in notoriety. But does it have any hope of getting the same kind of footing as other memecoins like Doge and Shiba Inu

How it started

Elon Musk, the owner of X (formerly Twitter), made a controversial statement at the DealBook Online Summit on November 29, 2023. He said that advertisers who were pulling their ads from X in response to his controversial tweets and other content on the platform could “go f— yourself”. 

In response to this, the crypto bros have created a raft of new memecoins themed along the “Go F*** Yourself” lines.

The most notable of these seems to be a memecoin called GFY.

GFY Price Prediction:  A memecoin that arose after Elon Musk  and his “Go F Yourself” comment could go the distance... or not.

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GFY has experienced a huge surge in its value over the past few days, but like most memecoins, is on its way back down in value after launch. 

Some memecoins have started their life in this exact pattern and have gone on to experience sustained price growth. The vast majority, however, have fallen into the graveyard of memecoins that die slowly and disappear off exchanges forever. RIP.

Other GFY tokens

Various other GFY-themed tokens have emerged on blockchain networks such as Ethereum, Solana, and BNB Chain, as indicated by data from GeckoTerminal.

GFY Price Prediction:  A memecoin that arose after Elon Musk  and his “Go F Yourself” comment could go the distance... or not.


Many of these tokens lack substantial liquidity.

The GFY we are talking about was created by a project called CyberConnect, which aims to build a social network for gamers and crypto enthusiasts. This is no guarantee of its success, however.

Price prediction GFY

GFY is a very new and risky cryptocurrency. It is only available on a few exchanges, and it is not widely accepted or supported by other platforms or services.

GFY is also very volatile, which means that its price can change a lot in a short time. It can go up or down very quickly, depending on the demand and supply of the market. Investing in GFY can be very profitable, but also very dangerous. You could lose all your money if the price drops.

Dominic Gluchowski, an Executive at crypto exchange CoinJar  told The Chainsaw that attention means price appreciation during crypto bull markets. “Memecoins, like GFY (Go F**K YOURSELF), often capture significant attention due to their novelty, viral nature, or association with public figures like Elon Musk. However, their long-term viability and success largely depend on community support, utility, and market dynamics.

“While some memecoins have seen temporary success or spikes in value, they typically need more foundational elements than established cryptocurrencies, such as solid use cases or technological innovation.”

Price prediction: Tricky

Gluchowski is reluctant to predict an exact price for GFY. “Any price prediction would be speculative. During parabolic moves, you can attempt to time the market by overlaying a moving average on a short-term chart (e.g., a 15-minute chart) and selling once the price stays below the moving average for a couple of hours. However, this only sometimes works out. We always encourage thorough research and consider the high-risk nature of such investments.”

Should we just dig a hole in the crypto graveyard and say RIP? 

“Like startups, the crypto landscape is known for its surprises and innovations, so it’s important not to dismiss new entrants outright. However, with memecoins, especially those based on internet memes or jokes, the risk of them not sustaining long-term value is higher. We recommend that investors exercise due diligence, diversify their portfolios, and invest only what they can afford to lose.”

A spokesperson from crypto exchange CoinSpot told The Chainsaw, “Like any investment, no one can predict how any particular asset will perform. Memecoins are considered to be more speculative cryptocurrencies, but some have definitely been successful. 

“An example of a ‘memecoin’ that has achieved significant capital growth since its inception would be DOGE, which has been the catalyst for many other memecoins to be created.”

What is WETH?

Why is the GFY coin listed sometimes as GFY/WETH? WETH stands for Wrapped Ethereum. It is a type of cryptocurrency that is equivalent to Ethereum (ETH), the native token of the Ethereum blockchain. WETH and ETH have the same value and can be exchanged 1-to-1 at any time.

WETH is more compatible with some applications that run on the Ethereum blockchain, such as decentralised exchanges (DEXs) and decentralised finance (DeFi) platforms. These applications use smart contracts, which are programs that automatically execute transactions according to certain rules.

ETH cannot be easily transferred or traded by some smart contracts. WETH solves this problem by wrapping ETH in a smart contract that follows the standard. This way, WETH can be used by any application that supports the standard, without losing the value or functionality of ETH.

GFY: Conclusion

Memecoins are famous for their volatility, and while they can sometimes skyrocket based on hype and connections to public figures and recent events, they also often plummet.

Sometimes anonymous creators hide “rug pull” scams behind memecoins. So tread very, very carefully.