ShibArmy Selling Shiba Inu To Move To BabyDogeArmy? Memecoin Battle Intensifies

The world of cryptocurrencies have been flooded with memecoins. The first ever meme-inspired cryptocurrency was Dogecoin. Since then, we’ve had memecoins such as Shib, BabyDoge, Safemoon, Floki Inu, and many more.

All memecoins mentioned above have generated massive returns for investors. However, off late a new development can be seen among the Shib and BabyDoge holders. BabyDoge recently crossed 1.2 million holders, effectively surpassing the number of holders of Shiba Inu token.

BabyDoge Vs Shiba Inu

After BabyDoge began to catch momentum and became a strong competitor to Shib, many members of SHIBARMY flipped teams as they sold their Shib supply to invest into BabyDoge.

This has started a battle between both the memecoins on Twitter. At present, Shiba Inu leads over BabyDoge, in terms of returns generated to date and market capitalization. However, if the current trend of ShibArmy leaving the party to join BabyDogeArmy sustains, we can soon see major changes.

One meme shared by a Twitter user shows two boats; one of SHIBARMY and other of BabyDogeArmy and members of the former are seen shifting to the latter boat in the picture.

https://twitter.com/Aram369/status/1487088994949419008?s=20&t=X-0dfTgCzx08OrNuCw2UOQ

Will BabyDogeArmy Defeat ShibArmy?

Currently, the three most talked about meme-coins in the crypto world are Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, and Safemoon. However, BabyDogecoin is quickly closing the gap and reaching the same talking point as the rest three.

Regardless of its recent success in the crypto space, BabyDoge’s price has gone down by 8.47% in the past 24hrs, with a current price of $0.000000003988 at the time of publishing this article. The loyalists of BabyDoge remain optimistic about the future prospects of the cryptocurrency.

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