After the 2022 bear market, developers have stated that Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, and Big Eyes Coin (BIG) are three of the best long term crypto investments on the market. The good news is that at least one of these coins, Big Eyes, is still in its presale (but not for much longer!) and selling at the low price of $0.0029 per token. BIG has gained $21M over 10 stages of presale in just over a month which is a huge milestone. Not to mention, it’s also unexpected as the team’s aim was to acquire just over half of that number.

BIG has achieved the biggest presale gains in the last three years and one of the most successful in all of crypto history! We haven’t seen the public respond like that since DOGE and SHIB arose. Why is there so much hype around this cat memecoin? Well, aside from attracting a community of cat enthusiasts, BIG’s goal is to make a difference in both crypto and the tangible ecosystem. It plans to facilitate crypto operations to its users such as network governance and user interaction in addition to many more benefits to come.

We Owe it All To the King of Memes Coins

Dogecoin (DOGE) was launched in 2013 on the Bitcoin blockchain. It’s known as the original meme coin and pioneer that has paved the way for other meme coins such as Shiba Inu, and now Big Eyes Coin. Memecoins are now catapulting in popularity, and therefore value, which makes them an important part of crypto despite criticisms regarding their lack of utility. Similar to other meme coins, DOGE started as a joke and flourished with social media popularity. Another contribution to the coin’s success was its affordable price compared to other valuable coins. It still has the largest market cap out of all memecoins with Elon Musk’s twitter support playing a large part in its success. It is now being considered an excellent term investment for 2023. Dogecoin has great features such as fast speed for transaction and confirmation. It’s said to be even faster than crypto giants like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Is Shiba Inu Bound to Overtake Dogecoin?

Named after the Japanese dog breed with the same name, Shiba Inu is decentralised and is the second most successful meme coin. Similarly to BIG, SHIB also prioritises community and interaction. It is also viewed as a threat to Dogecoin which is why it’s sometimes referred to as the “doge killer”. Like Bitcoin, the creator(s) of SHIB also goes by the anonymous name Ryoshi. Some developers even think that SHIB is better than DOGE because its features offer a faster black time, higher number of supply, and a lower market cap. SHIB surged for the first time by 21,000% in 2021, around a year after the token’s launch. In the last week of 2022, the trading volume increased by 16.5% in less than a week. This rapid surge has led forecasters to believe that the coin’s value may reach $0.00015 by December this year. SHIB also plans to participate in the Metaverse by launching a virtual real estate site called Shiba Lands which is already available for sale.

While there’s a lot of talk about competition between meme coins, each of their success uplifts the culture of memecoins in general. This means that users are more likely to invest in any or all of them.

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