Meme Coin news
Meme coins represent the lighter side of crypto. But what is a meme coin? Needless to say, they’re inspired by memes and are humorous in nature. They saw vast growth in 2021, as Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) exploded in popularity.
These coins, however, are not only funny but can also be used for trading, almost like any other coin. In this sense, the difference is that meme coins are highly volatile, even by the standards of the unpredictable crypto market. They’re greatly affected by the whims of social media and online communities, so tread cautiously and follow our news posts to stay informed. And you might just get entertained while doing so.
🚀🔥 Cardano’s meme coin frenzy continues! $SNEK and $BANK are boosting Minswap’s volume 📈📊 🐍💰 Exciting times for Cardano!
Dogecoin has surpassed Bitcoin and Litecoin for the first time ever.⚡️💪 Breakthrough or problems to come? 🤔 $DOGE remained steady. 👀
📢 From memes to controversy. Coinbase faces backlash as it links the token to a hate symbol. #deletecoinbase frenzy takes over Twitter. 🚀💪
🚀🐸💰PEPE the Frog token surges 21,000% in 3 days, with $30M in volume & 10k holders. Will it join the ranks of successful coins or flop?🤔
Meme coin developers have announced the launch of the Ethereum mainnet beta testnet. Shibarium will serve as a layer 2 network focused on metaverse and NFTs. In a recent community blog posted on Sunday, Shiba Inu developers hinted at a foreseeable Shibarium testnet launch: We ask the community to please understand, that this phased release […]
After surging last week, Dogecoin’s value has dropped by 12.4% over the past seven days. The initial increase in value happened due to the Dogecoin name’s resemblance to Dogechain. This is a Polygon platform, that enables developers to create applications on Dogecoin in a similar fashion as when working on Ethereum. However, as soon as […]