Meme Coin Alert! Investors Flock to Buy Raboo Presale Over Dogwifhat and Pepe

April 20, 2024
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You know we’re in a bull market when there’s a surge for meme coins. Surprising some, investors are increasingly gravitating towards the Raboo presale, eclipsing interest in popular meme coin Dogwifhat and one of last year’s biggest movers Pepe. But what next for all three meme coins?

Investors flock to presale meme coin Raboo

The Raboo presale is currently underway, and capturing significant investment of almost a million dollars in three weeks as it spearheads a new era in the meme coin market. Bringing together Social-Fi elements with advanced artificial intelligence, Raboo transcends the boundaries of useless meme coins by utilizing cutting-edge technology with meme culture.

This AI-powered platform equips users with sophisticated tools for meme creation, turning each user’s innovative ideas into potential economic gains. Raboo users can earn $RABT tokens by participating in the community by creating and sharing content, particularly memes, which can be monetized on Raboo’s platform.

However, Raboo offers its investors immediate gratification, allowing $RABT token holders to earn from the get-go. A series of creative contests and challenges are already in place, giving community members the chance to start earning $RABT tokens right out of the gate.

Raboo is proving to be a leader in the meme coin market as investors ignore earlier viral meme coins, such as Dogwifhat and Pepe, as they look for the biggest gains in this bull market.

Dogwifhat crashes over 50% since hitting March peak

The Pepe Coin price may have taken a hit in recent weeks, but Dogwifhat saw a bigger crash after a successful launch late last year. Inspired by a Shiba Inu adorned with a pink-knitted hat, Dogwifhat is a distinctive addition to the meme coin universe, leveraging the Solana blockchain for its operations. 

Since its debut in December 2023, Dogwifhat witnessed a remarkable uptick in its value, peaking at an all-time high of around $4.80 by the end of March 2024. Despite this meteoric rise, Dogwifhat’s price has experienced a significant drop and is now trading at $2.70.

Nobody doubts Dogwifhat will bounce back fully, especially when the meme coin market gains more traction, but the fact that big investors are seeking newer meme coins is quite telling.

Pepe coin price takes a hit

Pepe launched as a tribute to the iconic Pepe the Frog meme, embodying the spirit of the meme coin market. Born from the viral legacy of an internet sensation that captured hearts in the 2000s, Pepe has positioned itself as a rival to giants like Dogecoin and Shiba Inu. 

However, the Pepe coin price has taken a hit recently. Sure, much of it was triggered by the Bitcoin crash, but many investors are staying away from Pepe as meme coin enthusiasts search for something that can offer bigger returns.

Conclusion

The Pepe Coin price has been flat, considering the meme coin market has been buzzing, especially with the success of  Dogwifhat’s launch. However, even the cute little dog coin has stumbled as investors look for newer coins, and the success of Raboo’s presale is getting the market excited, buoyed by analyst predictions of 100x gains.

You can participate in the Raboo presale here.

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