Meme Coin Frenzy: Analyzing Andrew Tate’s Shitcoin Endorsement & Market Impact

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The cryptocurrency market has been taken over by so-called “meme coins” in recent weeks, causing congestion on major blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum and fueling the rise of more meme coins such as Pepe (PEPE). Amidst this frenzy, controversial mega-influencer Andrew Tate has announced on Twitter that he will endorse a “shitcoin” on June 1st, supposedly to pump its value.

Tate’s tweet states that Hustler University students will be informed an hour in advance, and email list subscribers will receive a five-minute heads up on which coin he plans to endorse. Although a follow-up tweet hinted that the initial announcement might be a joke, many speculators will likely purchase these coins anyway, in anticipation of a potential pump generated by Tate’s endorsement.

Several coins have generated significant market hype, making them likely candidates for Tate’s endorsement. These include Copium Token (COPIUM), Milady (LADYS), AiDoge (AI), Pepe (PEPE), and SpongeBob (SPONGE).

The Copium Token (COPIUM) was launched after days of hype and invite-only presale and has already seen a more than 11x increase in value. Presale participants’ coins are vested over three weeks, preventing sudden dumps on the market. COPIUM’s token and NFT airdrop competition along with its fun theme are among its key selling points.

Similarly, the Milady (LADYS) meme coin saw a significant increase in market cap following Elon Musk‘s tweet featuring a Milady Maker NFT. Despite a 50% drop, the LADYS market cap still hovers around $73 million.

AiDoge, an up-and-coming meme coin in the presale phase, is another potential candidate for Tate’s endorsement. The AI-powered meme-generating tool presents a unique utility, which could prove appealing.

Meanwhile, Pepe coin (PEPE) remains the largest new meme coin with a market cap in the mid-$600 million range. Although some may consider it old news, an endorsement from Tate could potentially elevate its valuation to $1 billion.

Finally, the recently-created SpongeBob token (SPONGE) has surged around 17x versus its listing price on Unis

Source: Cryptonews

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