Meme coins are a great way to diversify your investment portfolio, get involved in an exciting and innovative community, and have fun. So let’s take a look at what these three meme coins, Shiba Inu (SHIB), Dogecoin (DOGE), and Big Eyes (BIG), can give their communities right now.
Shiba Inu has viability and fun
The Shiba Inu (SHIB) coin is in the second position to Dogecoin (DOGE) on the cryptocurrency market ranking. It’s currently at the time of writing a cheap investment at $0.00001112 price per coin, ideal for first-time investors.
A bit of backstory; SHIB did really well in 2021, but currently, it mirrors the downward trend of the entire market. But this isn’t to say there’s no reason to buy SHIB. Rather, it’s just a matter of time until the market turns bullish again for an increase in SHIB’s worth.
Shiba Inu (SHIB) is a good investment and could make you a lot of money. Of course, that’s to be said about a lot of cryptocurrencies because of the characteristics of the fluctuating market, but its tenacious community is a good indication of a cryptocurrency’s viability.
Shiba Inu’s online community is massive; it has a Shibarium and a metaverse. Within it are artists, innovators, and tech and dog enthusiasts who make it a real pleasure to be a part of.
The community has recently celebrated the release of the mobile trading card game Shiba Eternity which is currently being tested in Vietnam and will be released on the 1st of October. The game will involve battling against community members with NFT cards, adventures, and rewards.
Dogecoin (DOGE) has a strong legacy
Dogecoin is the first meme coin to grace the internet. It was and is really loved by its community when it started out, and that hasn’t changed, even though its value has changed.
In 2021 Dogecoin became one of the ten biggest cryptocurrencies in terms of its market cap, which at one time reached $88.8 billion. But this all-time high doesn’t mean that it is an inaccessible asset.
At the time of writing, the current price of Dogecoin is $0.06032 per coin, with a market cap of $8,049,860,785. Just like Shiba Inu, this price is in line with the current downward trend.
When the crypto winter ends, however, Dogecoin might not fare as well as Shiba Inu. And this comes down to its longevity. Dogecoin doesn’t seem to have looked to the future in the same way that Shiba Inu has; in terms of its Shiboshi NFT collection and Shiba Eternity online card trading game.
That being said, the community and online fame that Dogecoin has garnered over the years makes it a novelty coin that, although it isn’t as crazy popular as it once was, is still a big part of the online vernacular and a part of many peoples investment portfolios.
Big Eyes has sustainable values and an engaged community
The new meme coin Big Eyes (BIG) is currently in its pre-sale phase 3 and has just reached a whopping $3.24 million! It’s been a very exciting time for this newcomer, and the cryptocurrency community is eager to find out what happens next.
This meme coin is starting out by laying solid foundations. Big Eyes is building its community on sustainable values and directives, pledging 5% of all its coins to charities committed to cleaning up all the plastic and rubbish from our oceans.
Like Shiba Inu, Big Eyes understands that the future of meme coins relies on keeping up with the trends. Big Eyes not only wants to be a part of the collective mission to save our planet but is also committed to creating a fun and engaging community; this is evident on the Big Eyes Twitter account, where giveaways and competitions are common and varied.
Meme coins are all about the community and the value that the community adds. So it’s not hard to see that although the crypto winter is making everyone wish for brighter days within the crypto community, there are innovations and coins like Big Eyes that are looking to create a brighter future for us all.
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