Meme coins marked some of the most prominent growth during the rise of the crypto market in 2021. ROI on investments in digital assets like Dogecoin and Shiba Inu was off the charts when they went from obscurity to being some of the most popular cryptocurrencies. On the flip side of this, meme coins have […]
PRESS RELEASE. Meme coins have been trending for a while now in the crypto space and most of them are animal related. Dogs, in particular, are the most popular meme element used in global meme coin community. From Dogecoin to Shiba Inu (SHIB), the success of numerous meme coins has been witnessed by the vast majority of crypto investors and enthusiasts.
And now, this everlasting trend of using animal as the major meme coin element might just come to an end, with the inception of a new meme created by a prodigy. Recently, random (RND), a 12-year-old primary school....
With the rise of NFT’s and alternate cryptocurrencies, meme coins such as Dogecoin (DOGE), Shibu Inu coin (SHIB), and Mona coin (MONA) are becoming increasingly popular. Traders can find all the major meme coins here. But, what is the future of meme coins and what affects their market price? In short, the future price of […]
The battle between meme coins Dogecoin and Shiba Inu is bordering on legendary at this point. Like with any great rivalry, both these digital assets had pushed each other to their very best. However, with the hype around meme coins dying, both of them eventually bowed out as their prices crashed. Both have returned massive […]
Meme coins were higher on Tuesday, as the global cryptocurrency marketplace rebounded from recent declines in price. Both DOGE and SHIB were trading close to 7% higher during the session. In addition to the meme coins, there were several other gainers on Tuesday, as both traders and long-term investors bought the crypto dip.
One of today’s biggest gainers in the crypto top 20 was avalanche (AVAX), which was up by as much as 15% during the session. AVAX hit an intraday high of $68.03 on Tuesday, climbing from yesterday’s low of $59.59.