Of course, seeing as his tweet has now pretty much gone viral, others in the space have been trying to “speedrun” tokens faster than 27 seconds, and here’s one who managed it in just 23 secs. Crypto is nothing if not full of ridiculously competitive gamer degens, after all.
— 𝚍𝚒𝚒𝚍 (@0xdiid) May 6, 2023
As we noted earlier, the memecoin frenzy has cooled off somewhat today – at least for those who only have time to look at the frothy sub-genre on a surface level and aren’t expertly trading and/or analysing the scene…
$PEPE has changed many lives, after doing a 375,000x in just 21 days.
But you can change yours too.
Here's my full guide to finding meme coin gems (and trading them for crazy returns). 🧵
— Miles Deutscher (@milesdeutscher) May 5, 2023
Where’s $PEPE and his other top meme mates at, then? Let’s take a quick look…
The tweet below from digital artist Beeple (the lucky sod who sold an NFT artwork for US$69 million a little over a year ago) is probably a tad premature regarding the death of DOGE at the hands of a giant PEPE monster.
Still, the leading frog coin (which manages to sound even more ridiculous than “the leading dog coin”) is hanging in there for now above its newly attained US$1 billion market cap, and so we’ll keep tracking it with some interest*.
PEPE EATING DOGE pic.twitter.com/xS5FwgEhwx
— beeple (@beeple) May 8, 2023