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Solana Meme Coins Pumping Today as Traders Back Slothana To See Big Gains on IEO in 9 Days

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There’s been a wave of speculation on the Solana blockchain today as traders pile into animal-inspired meme coins.

Established tokens like Bonk and Book of Meme are surging alongside buzzy newcomers like Slothana, which is primed for a potentially explosive IEO launch in just nine days.

Meme Coin Madness Resumes on Solana Blockchain

Meme coin mania is back on Solana today, with the blockchain’s joke tokens collectively pumping over 15% to a $6.5 billion market value.

It’s pure speculative mayhem, with spot trading volumes approaching $1.7 billion as retail investors pile in.

Leading the charge higher are tokens like the dog-inspired PONKE, which soared 28% to $0.195.

The iconic dogwifhat is trading at $2.92, up 9% on the day, while cat in a dogs world has clawed 14% higher to $0.0054.

But some of the biggest gains are coming from relatively under-the-radar projects.

The Harold meme coin is up a whopping 75% to $0.0068, while Harambe has spiked 59%.

Even the head-scratching American Coin has surged 34% since yesterday.

Whether this mania is being fueled by hype for Bitcoin’s halving or the buzz around “Doge Day,” one thing is clear – the Solana meme coin space is the place to be for crypto traders today.

Crypto Market Experiences Broader Revival Ahead of Bitcoin Halving

The meme coin festivities are just one part of a much broader crypto market revival currently underway.

After a sluggish start to the week that saw prices drifting, the overall sector is back to its bullish ways.

Bitcoin has found its swagger again, reclaiming the $64,000 level as the halving hype intensifies.

Ethereum has also joined the fun, with ETH bouncing above the critical $3,000 level.

Fueled by these rallies, the total crypto market cap has pumped beyond $2.3 trillion, with spot volumes rising 9%.

This dramatic turnaround has the Crypto Fear & Greed Index flashing green.

It has ticked up to the 66 mark – entering “Greed” territory after spending much of the week at “Neutral.”

The market’s momentum has even led to over $106 million in short liquidations over the past 24 hours alone.

Whether this bullishness is being propelled by halving speculation or just a simple “reset,” one thing’s for sure – it’s back with a vengeance.

Slothana’s IEO Hype Peaks As Retail Traders Help Project Raise $10M+

While there’s clearly euphoria throughout the crypto space, one token in particular has traders laser-focused: Slothana.

In a space dominated by dog-themed tokens like DOGE, SHIB, and WIF, Slothana represents a chill alternative.

This sloth-inspired token has managed to go viral in its own right ahead of the an DEX listing.

Much of the hype comes from the parallels with SLERF, the Solana-based project that achieved accidental legendary status last month.

While devoid of real-world utility, hopeful traders are betting that SLOTH can pull off a similar culture sensation and post-IEO pump.

The presale numbers are certainly eye-catching – over $10 million in funding has been raised from investors seeking the next big meme coin.

Ranked #2 on the ICOBench platform, the team’s clever marketing on social media is also paying off.

With non-Ethereum meme coins in high demand, Slothana’s Solana backbone could give it an edge.

Interestingly, the development team is still keeping the exact DEX that SLOTH will debut on tightly under wraps.

But if history is any guide, when the listing details finally surface next week, it could be the catalyst for a frenzy of speculative trading – as is often seen with hyped-up token launches.

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