The Doge Killer (LEASH) coin is the brainchild of the Shiba Inu team which made its name as the OG ‘Dogecoin killer’. As the Shiba Inu ecosystem expanded, so did the potential, and a number of tokens have since made their way out from the team, including BONE and LEASH. However, while Shiba Inu and BONE have since crossed the $200 million market cap mark, LEASH remains the lowest-rated SHIB ecosystem token in terms of market cap. Putting it in contrast with the performance of its predecessors, the LEASH token shows a lot of promise, especially in a bull market.
Wojak (WOJAK) was one of the many meme coins that made their way out of the woodwork following the PEPE pump earlier in the year. But unlike many others, WOJAK has persevered after securing multiple centralized exchange listings. Following the decline in the meme coin prices over the last few months, the WOJAK market cap fell drastically. Currently, it is sitting at a $23 million market cap, while PEPE’s market cap is still over $400 million. In the event of a PEPE rally, the chances of WOJAK making a run for it are high. So there could be a 10x opportunity with this coin.
Following the success of BONK, Solana-based meme coins have been making a killing in the market, but none have seen more success than Myro. The Myro meme coin previously rallied to a $50 million market cap. However, it has since corrected and is trading at just $35 million at the time of this writing. If the Solana ecosystem outperformance continues, Myro could follow in the footsteps of BONK as more money flows into the ecosystem. Reaching even a $400 million market cap would mean more than 10x its current price, making it a good meme coin to keep an eye on as the market develops.
Source: News BTC, Author: Scott Matherson