Copy Trader Meme Coin Sees 10X Growth, Can It Surpass Shiba Inu and Pepe?

February 22, 2024
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Seasoned investors historically praised meme coins like Shiba Inu and Pepe for their growth. However, as both projects lose their momentum, a new meme coin is taking the spotlight. This meme coin has seen returns of 90% during its presale and is now poised to make monumental gains as its presale finishes at the end of February. Here’s why it could outperform Shiba Inu and Pepe. 

Shiba Inu Set to Surge Following Shibarium Milestone

Since the launch of Shibarium, the Shiba Inu ecosystem has made monumental progress. According to Shibariumscan, the Layer-2 scalability platform is now consistently hitting three million transactions a day. 

This notable rise in Shibarium and Shiba Inu activity shows that the project is gaining widespread adoption. As a result, Shibarium recently hit another major milestone of facilitating 357 million transactions. 

However, despite this significant growth, Shiba Inu is yet to rally. Its price increased by just 5.8% over the last 30 days, while many projects saw returns of over 20%. This lack of progress is now creating frustration throughout the Shiba Inu ecosystem, and some investors are selling their SHIB tokens. 

This decrease can be seen in Shiba Inu’s daily trading volume. Presently, Shiba Inu has a daily trading volume of $220 million, making Shiba Inu the 49th-ranked cryptocurrency by daily trading volume.  

Can Pepe Recover From Its Recent Bearish Trend?

Since hitting an all-time high of $0.00000431 in May 2023, Pepe has lost its appeal. The meme coin is down 72.19% from its all-time high, and Pepe has fallen out of the top 100 cryptocurrencies by market cap. 

Over the last month, Pepe’s price has increased by 8%, though it has still underperformed compared to the market average. As a result, Pepe’s daily trading volume fell below $100 million on February 19. 

Nonetheless, expert Ali Martinez predicts that Pepe could recover. According to his analysis, Pepe has shown an upcoming bullish signal over the last three days. With this in mind, the meme coin could surge over the next week. 

Time Is Almost Up to Buy The Meme Moguls Presale 

After a highly successful presale, Meme Moguls is set to soar. Its presale will officially end on February 28, after which it will launch on Uniswap and several additional exchanges. Having already offered returns of 90% during its presale, experts are bullish about how high $MGLS tokens could go. 

Over the next few weeks, Meme Mogul's developers will prepare for the project launch. This will start with an official game preview, during which investors will be able to see the game’s features for the first time. 

This highly anticipated event will be used to showcase the Meme Moguls ecosystem, covering its virtual stock market, customization features, and more.

The first phase of the Meme Moguls game release will occur on March 11, after which its native token is predicted to experience additional growth. This will be the first time investors have had the chance to play the game and marks a monumental achievement for the community. 

To get involved before this presale soars, investors can purchase $MGLS tokens for $0.0036. With tokens selling out fast and demand for the Meme Moguls game hitting new highs, experts predict that $MGLS tokens could hit $0.19 in 2024. As a result, investors are doubling down to maximize their portfolio returns.

For more information about the Meme Moguls (MGLS) Presale: 
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