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5 Base Chain Meme Coins to Watch in April – Dogeverse, Brett & Degen

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The crypto world’s obsession with meme coins shows no signs of letting up as we head into spring.

And this month, a handful of coins hosted on the Base blockchain from Coinbase are generating hype among the degen trading crowd.

In this article, we take a look at five must-watch Base meme coin projects with the potential for significant growth.

1. Dogeverse (DOGEVERSE)

Leading the pack of Base chain tokens to watch this month is Dogeverse (DOGEVERSE) – an ambitious project pioneering the concept of a “multi-chain” meme coin.

As its name suggests, Dogeverse has been designed to break through the barriers of existing on just one blockchain.

Thanks to cross-chain bridging technology, the DOGEVERSE token will ultimately be available on six of crypto’s biggest networks – Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Solana, Avalanche, and Base itself.

This multi-chain utility gives Dogeverse an edge over virtually every other meme coin out there.

But the innovations don’t stop there – DOGEVERSE holders can also earn passive income by staking their tokens.

Its tokenomics are also enticing, with 25% of the total supply earmarked for marketing spending.

With Dogeverse’s presale having raised over $430,000 in its first day and DOGEVERSE tokens on offer for just $0.00029, this could be a Base token worth watching in April

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2. Brett (BRETT)

Brett (BRETT) is another meme coin on Base that is exploding in popularity.

Initially finding success on Solana, the BRETT token has quickly built a passionate community willing to force its price higher.

Despite having no utility, BRETT has created a whopping $660 million market cap on Base and saw $32 million in trading volume over the past 24 hours.

Fueled by FOMO, traders have been piling into BRETT, hoping it’s the next meme coin to produce triple-digit (or even quadruple-digit) returns.

With a Telegram channel boasting over 10,000 members and listings on multiple top crypto exchanges, the BRETT hype shows no signs of slowing down.

3. Degen (DEGEN)

Another Base chain meme coin generating massive hype is Degen (DEGEN).

What started as a community token within the Farcaster social network has quickly evolved into a fully-fledged crypto ecosystem with grand ambitions.

Key to Degen’s aspirations is the launch of Degen Chain – a Layer-3 blockchain built to be a “hub” for meme coins and experimental crypto projects.

The buzz around Degen Chain has translated to speculative demand for DEGEN itself, helping the token’s price rise 118% in the past month.

Although DEGEN has pulled back this week, it could be a token worth watching for a potential rebound once demand picks back up.  

4. doginme (DOGINME)

Next is doginme (DOGINME) – a nonsensical token making waves on the Base network.

Despite having no roadmap or utility, DOGINME has capitalized on an inside joke about bringing out one’s inner “doge” that originated on Farcaster.

This project has built up a large community sharing viral memes across Twitter and Telegram.

While lacking intrinsic value, speculative traders have piled into DOGINME, driving its market cap to exceed $46 million.

For those simply looking for fun amid the profit-chasing, few tokens capture the spirit better than DOGINME.

5. Briun Armstrung (BRIUN)

Last but not least is Briun Armstrung (BRIUN) – a token that hilariously pays homage to Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong.

Despite having no official association, BRIUN showcases an exaggerated meme persona of Armstrong aiming to “bild bak betta” and unify the world of joke tokens.

BRIUN features a deflationary mechanism burning supply with every trade, creating steadily accruing value for holders.

Over 5% of the total supply has already been removed from circulation, and the token now has a market cap of over $13 million.

For the growing meme coin community on Base, this token represents a lighthearted way to celebrate meme culture – and potentially generate high returns in the process.


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