The FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar is set to get started this Sunday at 4 pm UK time, where the home nation will get their campaign underway against Ecuador.
This tournament has the potential to be one of the wackiest competitions yet, with it taking place during the middle of most European leagues’ seasons and without Euro 2020 Champions and four-time World Cup winners, Italy.
Euro 2020 finalists, England, who were unable to ‘bring football home’ will have their first match on Monday against Iran and will be hopeful they can win their first major trophy since 1966.
Meanwhile, World Cup favourites, Brazil, are scheduled to play Serbia on Thursday 24th November.
Amid the football madness to come, Big Eyes Coin (BIG) has emerged as a new cryptocurrency and is revamping the concept behind meme coins in the crypto market.
With over 9.5 million dollars raised during its presale and the securing of a Tier 1 CEX Launch, Big Eyes Coin has immense potential when officially released.
And with Qatar being a country that allows residents to purchase cryptocurrency, a sudden increase in Big Eyes investments is not beyond the realms of possibility.
However, not all meme coins are bathing in the sun. Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) are both, at the time of writing, on a downward trend and if they don’t turn their tides, Big Eyes Coin could end up surpassing both in the future.
The Rise And Fall Of Dogecoin
Since 2019, when Elon Musk tweeted about Dogecoin, the meme cryptocurrency has experienced much success in the crypto universe.
Dogecoin has consistently been placed in the top ten of the crypto rankings and proved to be a lucrative business proposition by reaching an all-time high of $0.6528 back in May 2021.
Plus, after Musk officially bought Twitter on October 27th, Dogecoin skyrocketed above Cardano (ADA) on the 2nd of November, reaching a market cap of $18.91 billion.
But this was short-lived. From the 8th of November until now, Dogecoin has been on a steady decline and is struggling to recover its value.
Shell-Shocked Shiba Inu
Unfortunately for ‘Dogecoin Killer’, Shiba Inu, it’s not doing much better than its arch-enemy Dogecoin.
Despite once reaching a price of 0.00007489, Shiba Inu is currently priced at $0.000009277 and does not look as though it will return to its all-time value anytime soon.
In Shiba Inu’s defense, it does offer investors staking rewards which can provide them with a source of passive income. However, this perk doesn’t seem to be lucrative enough for Shiba Inu to reach the summit of the crypto industry.
There’s A Reason Big Eyes Coin Is Booming
It is not a coincidence Big Eyes Coin has generated an astronomical amount of money from just six stages of its presale.
For a start, the cat crypto proposes to release top ten NFTs which are likely to consist of an adorable collection of digital cats and items. Investors may have a range of designs to choose from and the rarest tokens could be sold for huge profits.
Secondly, Big Eyes Coin intends to donate to charity, something which is strangely scarce in a multimillion-dollar industry.
5% of Big Eyes’ total supply will go to ocean-saving charities, meaning fishes will be healthier, seas will be cleaner and the environment will be less polluted as a whole.
Not to mention, Big Eyes Coin will host a range of community events so like-minded, eco-friendly investors can interact and network with each other.
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Big Eyes Coin is well on its way to becoming a popular and highly lucrative cryptocurrency due to its charity donations, outstanding NFTs, and community-focused culture.
Dogecoin and Shiba Inu are trusted meme coins but they may need to introduce new perks to stay ahead of a trailblazer like Big Eyes Coin.
The upcoming World Cup is not necessarily a pivotal moment for these cryptos. Nevertheless, if Big Eyes Coin raises more funds during this time, this would reinforce the meme coins’ potential in the crypto market.
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