All Eyes On Big Eyes Coin Presale: Dogecoin & Shiba Inu, The Household Meme Coins

Cryptocurrency, since its creation in 2009 has gained significant popularity over the years mainly due to its decentralized nature and potential for high returns. At the time of writing, 22,657 cryptocurrencies were trading in the market with more than 30 new entries within the last two days alone. Experts have understood that the cryptocurrency industry is to grow its worth by $12 billion by 2030 at an annual growth rate of roughly 12%.

While it carries the potential to generate significant amounts of wealth, the cryptocurrency market is also known for its high volatility, which can lead to sudden and hefty price fluctuations. And while cryptocurrency offers better security, faster transactions, lower fees, improved transparency, and the potential for disintermediation, there are challenges and limitations to their use, including regulatory uncertainty, volatility, limited adoption, and scalability issues.

While Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) have established themselves in the crypto industry, new tokens like Big Eyes Coin (BIG) have begun raising eyebrows among crypto traders since its presale launch

Dogecoin, The First Doge

The first ever meme coin to have been created, Dogecoin (DOGE) was launched in 2013 as a joke based on the “doge” internet theme. The meme coin has since gone on to gain wide popularity among several communities including the likes of Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

Its popularity and growth have enabled it to be accepted as payment by certain companies including Tesla, AMC Theaters, Dallas Mavericks, and Twitch. At the time of writing, Dogecoin was trading at $0.08505 with a market capitalization of $11.2 billion.

Big Eyes Coin: The Presale for the Ages

Big Eyes Coin (BIG), a new ERC-20 meme token built on the Ethereum network. The meme token is in the presale stage with a target of raising a total of $50 million in presale tokens before it goes live on the market.

The presale stage in cryptocurrency or Initial Coin Offer (ICO) is an advantageous phase as it allows tokens to be purchased at a discounted price before they are accessible to the general public. Currently, in stage 12 of its presale, Big Eyes Coin has so far raised $30.09 million in presale tokens, and become the most successful presale in recent times. Big Eyes Coin has three more stages to go before the presale concludes and buyers should get their BIG now to get better returns when the token goes live.

To amplify its presale success, Big Eyes Coin has created the Big Eyes Coin Loot Boxes. The three boxes in the loot boxes; Cute Box, Kitty Vault, and Super Saiyan Box cost $100, $500, and $1000 respectively to open and contain prizes starting at $100 to $100,000 worth of BIG tokens. The Cute Box costs $100 to open with the grand $5000 worth of BIG tokens while the Kitty Vault contains the top prize of $25,000 of BIG tokens for $500 to open. The ultimate prize is the Super Saiyan Box, where a $1000 box could unlock a 10,000% return of $100,000 BIG tokens. Interestingly, buyers will not lose any money as Big Eyes Coin says that users will, at the minimum, will always get their money back. The Big Eyes Loot Boxes are part of Big Eyes Coin’s presale only, with a very limited number of loot box drops available

Big Eyes Coin could be purchased using Ethereum (ETH), Binance Coin (BNB), and Tether (USDT), as well as Bitcoin (BTC), Dogecoin (DOGE), Tron Reword Coin (TRC20), TRON (TRX) and Binance USD (BUSD).

Shiba Inu, The Killer Doge

Shiba Inu (SHIB) entered the market as the “Dogecoin Killer”, as it calls itself, in 2020 by an anonymous creator under the pseudonym “Ryoshi.” Since its creation, Shiba Inu, similar to Dogecoin, has gained widespread popularity among meme coin users including Elon Musk.

At the time of writing, Shiba Inu was trading at $0.00001321 with a market capitalization of $7.2 billion and a 24-hour trading volume of $436 million.

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