Shiba Inu is a pup that’s trying to be dog, will it succeed?

Shiba Inu started out as a memecoin, we all know that, it went parabolic between January 2021 and October 2021 and a lot of people got rich pretty much overnight. Good on ’em. There was a lot of noise, and the self-proclaimed ‘Doge-killer’ began receiving a significant amount of press coverage. The hype lasted for a few more weeks and then Shiba went down, but not all the way down. It survived. At the time of writing, it is trading at 0.00032.


When YouTube influencers began talking about Shib, they all said the same thing: “it’d be nice to shave a few 0s off the price but the market cap would simply become unsustainable.” In recent months, big players in the game decided to actively begin burning Shib in order to reduce the market supply, therefore [hoping] to boost the price and keeping Shiba’s market cap within a realistic range. On Christmas Day 2021, 239 million Shiba Inu (SHIB) tokens, were burned at a party organised by Steven Cooper, owner of a crypto record label. And now there are rumours about a potential use in the Metaverse and rumours about a potential Shiba Inu blockchain.


The hype and momentum are fading away but it seems that SHIB holders’ faith in the token is consolidating, possibly envisioning a future where SHIB becomes useful, one way or another, and not just a dog token that got some people rich.


It’s basically like a teenage rockstar that’s trying to become an adult and be successful in the industry in the long term. Will it work?



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Learn from my mistakes: 3 things to avoid when buying crypto

I want to state at the outset that I’m not a financial advisor, and the only reason I’m writing this is I think it’s important that we learn from each other’s mistakes in this relatively new, relatively uncharted territory.


1. Don’t buy because “you’ve heard it’s the next Dogecoin”


I guess this is basically just a different way of saying DYOR – Do Your Own Research. I think the whole crypto space is going to become more stable and reliable as the it grows bigger and more solidified. But rug pulls are always around the corner, as are corrections and crashes, so always make sure you know what you’re buying. So far we’ve had famous cases such as Dogecoin, which did well, with Shiba Inu, which looks like it might also have a bright future, but today alone I’ve found at least 5 new Inu/Dog coins that are completely untested.


2. Don’t fall in love with a coin/token


I’m guilty of this. I find a new token, I read the Whitepaper or I like the thumbnail or whatever, and then I fall in love with the project and put more skin in the game even after it becomes clear the project isn’t really working or taking off. And that can always happen, even if you think it shouldn’t because it’s a great idea/project. I’ve done that with a few coins and tokens that are still alive, yes, but have been stagnating and going nowhere for years. It’s a mistake waiting to happen.


3. When people buy groceries, they buy bread and butter, not foie grais


The chances of accidentally buying an unknown token that moons and makes you rich are actually slim. It’s much better to get there a little later, but resting safe in the knowledge that you’re putting your money into something that’s already proven valuable, at least to an extent, than to YOLO on something that’s untested that could very easily lose you money.


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