Latest Memetic / PepeCoin news

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  • Two Meme Coins That Might Keep You Captivated: RoboApe (RBA) And Dogecoin (DOGE)
  • Elon Musk Does It Again! Endorses Dogecoin, Says He'll Keep Buying The Meme Coin

    Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk has again shown his support for Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE). On Sunday, he went on Twitter to endorse Dogecoin, following the meme coin's price plunge in the last few days. DOGE is down over 12% in the past seven days.  I will keep supporting Dogecoin — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 19, 2022 The Dogecoin rose almost 8.5% in 24 hours after Musk wrote that he would keep supporting Dogecoin.  Responding to his tweet, one of his followers said he should keep buying the cryptocurrency. Musk replied that he was buying the meme coin.   I am — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 19, 2022 Also Read: Elon Musk Says Dogecoin Should Be 'More Currency-Like,' Responds To Billy Markus On Crypto's Future The overall crypto market saw some movement after Musk's tweets. According to Coinmarketcap, and at the time of writing, Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) was trading at about $19,674 on Sunday after dropping as low a $17,708.62 on Saturday.  The Dogecoin was created in 2013 by Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus as a joke, but gained much popularity following Musk's endorsement of the meme coin. On Saturday, Musk signaled that his companies would expand use cases for Dogecoin. Dogecoin has made way for more meme coins such as Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: SHIB), Dogelon Mars (CRYPTO: ELON), Floki Inu (CRYPTO: FLOKI), and many more.  Last week, Musk was sued for $258 billion by a Dogecoin investor for allegedly running a "pyramid scheme." Photo: Created with an image from Ministério Das Comunicações  and Brian Bald on Flickr  © 2022 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

  • Elon Musk Being Sued For $258B Over Alleged Dogecoin Manipulation: The Rise And Fall Of The Famous Meme Coin

    In Manhattan yesterday (6/16/22), a class-action lawsuit was filed against Tesla Inc (NASADAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk, by a man named Keith Johnson.  The accusation is that Musk, Tesla, and SpaceX are operating an illegal racketeering enterprise to inflate the price of Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) most often referred to as a meme coin. The lawsuit comes at a time when seemingly all markets, crypto included, are taking massive hits. Musk has frequently used his platform to champion the meme coin and bring attention to it. Intentional, Illegal, or otherwise, there certainly seemed to be a direct correlation between the movement and the coin and his tweets.   It begs some interesting questions, Is it illegal to be a crypto influencer? Is it Musk's fault that he took an interest, found humor, or possibly believed in the real hidden value of a coin that started as a joke? And does his interest make him liable for significant losses suffered by thousands, maybe even millions of people?  The lawsuit, should it go anywhere, may uncover something more heinous... but, that remains to be seen. What we do know is the following: Dogecoin is an open-source cryptocurrency started in 2013 by Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus. Dogecoin's code was based on Luckycoin, which is derived from Litecoin. Dogecoin uses Proof-Of-Work for mining, which isn’t nearly as eco-friendly as Proof-Of-Stake By 2014, the coin had enough merit to donate $30,000 to Jamaica’s bobsled team, $11,000 to build a well in Kenya, and for some reason to provide $55,000 to sponsor NASCAR Driver Josh Wise. 2015 Palmer departs, citing a “toxic community” based around several shady events from community members. 2017-2018, Dogecoin surpassed $1 Billion market capitalization for the first time. April 2019 may have been Elon’s first tweet about Dogecoin, saying it was his favorite crypto. The price at the time was $0.002927. July 2019 major crypto platform Binance lists Dogecoin, and it sees an immediate 30% jump. 2021 Elon tweets a poll, asking if Tesla should accept Dogecoin as payment 2021 Meme stock AMC announced it planned on accepting Dogecoin as payment 2021 Elon tweets he was working with the coin's developers to improve transaction efficiency. May 2021 Elon appears on SNL and references Dogecoin May 2021 Dogecoin price reaches its peak of $0.72 October 2021 Dogecoin has a market cap of $31.9 billion June 2022 Dogecoin is listed at $0.05 It’s clear that Musk's involvement in the coin had an impact on its performance. However, to what extent and was there any inside information or trading that took place? The allegations aim to prove that Musk and his companies deceitfully promoted the coin as a real investment opportunity when, in actuality, there is no inherent value. Johnson seeks $86 billion in damages, plus $172 billion in triple damages, as well as an injunction barring Musk and the companies from marketing Dogecoin and declaring the trading of Dogecoin illegal under U.S. and New York law. Musk himself has yet to comment publicly on the matter, and hasn’t yet tweeted or made a dank meme regarding the suit.  What this means for the price of Dogecoin remains to be seen. © 2022 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

  • RT mmichaels_21: Who are eligible for the @AxieInfinity creators program? 🤔 •Content Creators (video, live, audio, written) •Creatives (artists, editors, memers, cosplayers) •Developers •Contributors (guilds, niche communities, event organizers, competitive players) 👇 [twitter.com] [twitter.com] [video.twimg.com]

    RT mmichaels_21: Who are eligible for the @AxieInfinity creators program? 🤔 •Content Creators (video, live, audio, written) •Creatives (artists, editors, memers, cosplayers) •Developers •Contributors (guilds, niche communities, event organizers, competitive players) 👇 https://twitter.com/axiephofficial/status/1537444545977536513 https://twitter.com/mmichaels_21/status/1537448898545188864/photo/1 https://video.twimg.com/tweet_video/FVYdnqvaUAAp1XW.mp4#w=498&h=280

  • 4 Actions By The SEC Explained - PFOF, Fees, Meme Stocks, UST

    1. Ban on payment for order flow  In what could be the biggest shake-up of US equity market rules, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is considering a total ban on the payment for order flow (PFOF) practice, which has been growing in recent years to the detriment of small firms and other mom-and-pop investors.  Payment for order flow, which is when market makers pay brokers to execute their clients’ orders, is already banned in Canada, the UK, and Australia.  A formal proposal will likely be filed this fall. SEC Chair Gary Gensler said the ban is not off the table, noting that PFOF exists with "inherent conflicts."  In December 2020, PFOF also put Robinhood Markets in a tight spot after it was ordered to pay a fine when the practice raised costs for investors using the online brokerage.  2. Information disclosure  Also part of the potential changes, the SEC intends to make it mandatory for market makers to disclose more information regarding the fees that these firms earn and the timing of trades.  In considering the changes, Gensler said he "asked staff to take a holistic, cross-market view of how we could update our rules and drive greater efficiencies in our equity markets, particularly for retail investors."  Fundamentally, the potential changes would change the business model of wholesalers and impact brokers' ability to offer commission-free trading to retail investors.  3. SEC on meme stocks  PFOF was put on the spotlight in 2021 when a group of retail investors went on a buying spree of "meme stocks" like GameStop (NYSE: GME) and AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE: AMC), squeezing hedge funds that had shorted the shares.    Recognizing the dangers of these “meme stocks,” the regulator recently released a 30-second game show-themed public service campaign against investing in these assets amid their growing popularity, particularly among retail investors.  The video ad titled "Meme Stocks" is part of the commission's series of public service videos called "Investomania" and is aimed at helping investors "make informed investment decisions and avoid fraud." The series previously warned against the dangers of investing in crypto assets, margin calls, and guaranteed returns.  Despite the good intention of the campaign, it sparked an outcry from Redditors, particularly members of the wildly popular subreddit WallStreetBets where users discuss the next stock to pump up.  One user said the SEC did not offer warnings before the 2008 crash, the dot com bubble, and the 1980s recession, "so why warn about meme stocks?"  The release of the SEC’s campaign against meme stocks came a year after the commission said it is observing markets for signs of any disruptions, "manipulative trading, or other misconduct" following a meme stock rally at the time.  4. Regulation in action  In another exercise of the SEC's regulatory powers, the watchdog was reported as also looking into potential violations that might have resulted in the collapse in May of the TerraUSD stable coin.  Bloomberg News, citing a person familiar with the matter, reported on June 10 that the regulator's enforcement attorneys are investigating whether Terraform Labs, the firm behind the coin also known as UST, breached federal investor-protection rules in how it marketed the coin, which was supposed to keep a 1-to-1 peg to the US dollar through an algorithm and trading in a related token called Luna.   Unlike other stablecoins, UST relied on an algorithm, not a central issuer, to maintain its peg.  If a probe is indeed pursued, this will not be the first time Terraform Labs will be summoned by the regulator. The SEC has ordered the company's CEO, Do Kwon, to turn over documents and provide testimonies regarding the Mirror Protocol, which is a non-custodial trading platform used for trading Mirrored assets, or mAssets, that are meant to be synthetic versions of stocks like Tesla and Apple.  Kwon filed an appeal against the subpoena but was overruled on June 8 by a US District Court of Appeals.  © 2022 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

  • CryptoDep: Top Memecoins By Social Activity 06/14
  • Dogecoin Or Shiba Inu? Robinhood Posts Dog Meme On National Best Friend Day

    A meme posted from Robinhood Markets Inc’s (NASDAQ: HOOD) Twitter account on Thursday had the Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: SHIB) and Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) communities deliberating which dog-themed crypto had featured alongside the Robinhood CEO. What Happened: Popular retail brokerage Robinhood Markets Inc (NASDAQ: HOOD) shared a meme featuring CEO Vlad Tenev and a Shiba Inu dog wearing matching green sweaters. “Things are never quite as scary when you’ve got a best friend.” #NationalBestFriendsDay pic.twitter.com/qixRZNspqu — Robinhood (@RobinhoodApp) June 8, 2022 “SHIBA INU OR DOGECOIN?,” asked one user on Twitter, while most members of the SHIB and DOGE communities came to their own foregone conclusions about which token had been featured. Last year, Dogecoin was pivotal to the success of Robinhood as a trading platform for cryptocurrencies. The meme-based cryptocurrency accounted for 62% of Robinhood’s $233 million of crypto revenue in the second quarter of 2021. Meanwhile, rival meme coin Shiba Inu only began trading on Robinhood this April after an overwhelming number of calls from the community to see it listed on the platform. Price Action: According to data from Benzinga Pro, DOGE traded at $0.08, down 89% from its all-time high, at the time of writing. SHIB traded at $0.00008616, down 87% from its peak price. © 2022 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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About Memetic / PepeCoin

This article discusses the current MEME price and the MEME price predictions provided by reliable sources. Can MEME reach a new all-time high in the future? What does the MEME coin technical analysis indicate? Why is it important? What will the MEME price look like in 2021-2025? Is the MEME coin a good investment right now? Let’s dive in and decide for ourselves.

Latest Memetic / PepeCoin News

Memetic / PepeCoin Real-Time Status

MEME current price, market cap, and volume. These variables are important indicators of the coin’s current market position. All the data, easily accessible via the Real-Time Status widget

Market capitalization is calculated by multiplying the coin’s price with its circulating supply and is used for measuring the value of a cryptocurrency.

Volume indicates the total amount of trades happening at the moment. Experts recommend looking out for a volume to market cap ratio under 1.0.

Catch up with the latest crypto data by using the widget below.

Memetic / PepeCoin Technical Analysis

Knowing the principles of technical analysis is essential for making the most accurate price forecasts. Technical analysis is used by professional experts to analyze and predict future price movements. Technical analysts discover previous price movement patterns and compare them to the current figures. By doing that, they make an assumption that the past pattern will occur in the future again, according to key variables. Technical analysis is the best way to make your own price forecast and determine your chances of profiting.

Memetic / PepeCoin Price

You can check the MEME price through CoinJoy's crypto portfolio tracker. Choose MEME from the list of coins or type its name in the search bar. Choose the number of coins, time and the date they were purchased. The algorithm will calculate the token price at the time of purchase and convert it to US dollar, based on the current value.

The token can also be added to the Portfolio. Your Portfolio does not only show the current price of the asset but your real-time losses and profits since the purchase as well. It’s a convenient way to track your holdings and always be aware of the token price changes.

How To Buy Memetic / PepeCoin

You can choose one or a few ways to purchase MEME. First and foremost, your wallet must support the token. Wallets like Ledger, Coinomo, Trezor support MEME tokens and allow you to store them. Locate the MEME address starting from 0x. Sign up with MEME and purchase the tokens with fiat money or other cryptocurrencies through one of the exchanges: Binance, PancakeSwap, UniSwap.

Purchase as many MEME coins as you want with any supported asset or fiats. However, you will most likely have to pay higher fees.

There are various other exchange services that may support MEME. It is recommended not to keep your coins on the exchange platform for a long time, and instead transfer them to your wallet.

Memetic / PepeCoin Price Prediction 2022

We have gathered the latest Memetic / PepeCoin price prediction results from some of the most reliable sources, namely Wallet Investor, Trading Beasts, and PricePrediction.net.

PricePrediction.net has come out with a positive price prediction for Memetic / PepeCoin: an average of $150.64, and a minimum of $145.93 is what holders could be anticipating in 2022.

Wallet Investor is prominent that Memetic / PepeCoin prices will fall, forecasting a potential bearish trend in 2022. According to the website algorithm, investors may be expecting an average of $0.001, with a potential maximum of $0, and a minimum of $0.001.

Trading Beasts has set the following targets for Memetic / PepeCoin in 2022: an average of $0, a maximum of $0, and a minimum of $0. Based on the provided data, purchasing Memetic / PepeCoin might not be a good long-term investment.

Memetic / PepeCoin Price Prediction 2023

Based on the information provided by key indicators, PricePrediction.net believes that Memetic / PepeCoin prices could grow next year. The website forecasts the following prices for Memetic / PepeCoin: an average of $214.67, a maximum of $253.44, and a minimum of $207.14.

According to Wallet Investor, Memetic / PepeCoin prices are estimated to show negative downtrend signs in 2023, reaching an average of $0.001, with an expected maximum of $0, and a minimum of $0.

Similarly, Trading Beasts indicates an average of $0, a maximum of $0, and a minimum of $0 for Memetic / PepeCoin.

Memetic / PepeCoin Price Prediction 2024

PricePrediction.net has set an average of $314.96, a maximum of $365.35 and a minimum of $306.37 for Memetic / PepeCoin in two years, therefore predicting value growth for the token.

As for 2024, Wallet Investor is bearish on Memetic / PepeCoin. Investors should watch out for a potential average of $0.001. The website also indicates a maximum of $0 and a minimum of $0.001 in two years.

Trading Beasts expects a continuous negative trend for Memetic / PepeCoin throughout 2024. The prices are likely to range between a maximum of $0 and a minimum of $0, with an average price reaching $0.

Memetic / PepeCoin Price Prediction 2025

Furthermore, PricePrediction.net is seemingly enthusiastic about Memetic / PepeCoin prices in 2024. The website forecasts that the price may go up to as much as $528.59. The expected average price is set at the $462.09 level, whereas the expected minimum price is $449.49.

In 2025 Wallet Investor views Memetic / PepeCoin negatively. According to the website algorithm, the expected average price is $0.002, with potential maximum and minimum prices reaching $0.001 and $0.001 respectively.

Trading Beasts is also indicating a decrease in Memetic / PepeCoin prices, starting from the minimum of $0 and reaching as much as $0. The expected average price is $0.

Memetic / PepeCoin Price Prediction 2030

Last but not least, based on the sentiment from PricePrediction.net, Memetic / PepeCoin prices will continue to grow in the long run, with the average price reaching the $2822 level. The expected maximum price is $3315.59 and the potential minimum is $2725.82.

According to the long-term forecast from Wallet Investor, Memetic / PepeCoin has bad investment potential. The prices could reach $0.003 on average, whereas the maximum price could go up to as much as $0.003, and the minimum price could hit the $0.002 point.

Trading Beasts predicts that the bearish trend will remain strong for Memetic / PepeCoin in 2030. Investors could be expecting an average of $0. The maximum and minimum prices might hit $0 and $0 respectively.

Conclusion

Predicting crypto market is challenging. It is hard to forecast the exact price movement. Before you decide to invest in the cryptocurrency of your choice, we strongly recommend learning more about the coin itself and get familiar with the project's roadmap. Remember to always do your own research.

FAQ

Is Memetic / PepeCoin a good investment?

According to the experts' forecasts, Memetic / PepeCoin will be a good investment.

Does Memetic / PepeCoin Have Potential?

The MEME is already a quite popular cryptocurrency, gradually approaching the new highs on Coinmarketcap's market cap ranking. The project has developed strong partnerships with many giants of the cryptocurrency industry. Since Memetic / PepeCoin forecast is positive, It has potential.

How much will Memetic / PepeCoin be worth in 2022?

In 2022 the price of MEME is expected to reach $168.84, based on the forecasting from various sources.

How much will Memetic / PepeCoin be worth in 2023?

In 2023 the price of MEME is expected to reach $253.44, based on the forecasting from various sources.

How much will Memetic / PepeCoin be worth in 2024?

In 2024 the price of MEME is expected to reach $365.35, based on the forecasting from various sources.

How much will Memetic / PepeCoin be worth in 2025?

In 2025 the price of MEME is expected to reach $528.59, based on the forecasting from various sources.

How much will Memetic / PepeCoin be worth in 2030?

In 2030 the price of MEME is expected to reach $3315.59, based on the forecasting from various sources.