Best Meme Coins to Invest in 2022: Floki Inu (FLOKI), Akita Inu (AKITA), and Mehracki (MKI) – ThePrint – ANIPressReleases

New Delhi [India], June 25 (ANI/ATK): The cryptocurrency market is one of the largest financial markets in the world. With a market capitalization of one trillion dollars, this space is filled with thousands of crypto tokens. However, it is important to note that the coin market is divided into several categories of tokens. And each category of tokens usually has unique properties and characteristics. It is essential that these categories are more popular. One of the most popular categories of crypto tokens on the coin market are meme coins.

When meme coins were introduced to the market, hardly anyone took them seriously. They were cryptocurrencies that served no real purpose or offered real-world utility. As a result, many dealers and buyers have not taken them seriously. However, recent meme tokens have taken a new direction. In fact, they now also offer real opportunities for participation.

Interested in high value meme coins to purchase and add to your portfolio? Floki Inu (FLOKI), Akita Inu (AKITA), and Mehracki (MKI) are great options to try. Read on to know more about them.

Floki Inu (FLOKI)

Dog-themed coins became popular in 2021 and were one of the most exciting trends in the crypto space. The rise in value of Dogecoin and Shiba Inu inspired numerous cryptocurrencies with similar characteristics. Floki Inu is one of them. This cryptocurrency was created by a team of developers who took advantage of a tweet from Elon Musk. These developers were enthusiastic members of the Shiba Inu and Dogecoin communities. Floki Inu has been gaining popularity since its release.

FLOKI runs on the Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain blockchain. This cryptocurrency is backed by an active user community known as Floki Vikings.

Akita Inu (Akita)

Akita Inu (AKITA) was inspired by the success of Dogecoin. Akita Inu have enjoyed widespread success since their release. Since its launch, this coin is now available on multiple crypto exchanges such as MXC, HotBot, Poloniex, etc. Akita Inu is a cryptocurrency that is based on the Ethereum blockchain. As a result, he can be accessed as AKITA on ERC-20 compatible platforms. Akita Inu was developed and created by the Polarfox Initiative.

Mehracki (MKI)

Mehracki (MKI) is different from other crypto offerings on the market. Why? Because it exists as a token and network protocol. Unlike other meme coins that can only be used as a means of payment, Mehracki offers real value to its users. At Mehracki, there is a goal to create an active community of cryptocurrency users that will constantly drive long-term growth. This cryptocurrency closely follows the path of Dogecoin and Shiba Inu, but takes things one step further.

Mehracki is a community driven meme token that is based on the Solana blockchain. This cryptocurrency aims to generate wealth for users and offer them numerous moments of well-being. Mehracki plans to become the largest crypto token in the meme sector. Mehracki’s real world applications will focus on cheap, fast and borderless transactions. They also have a main focus on the wellness sector: hospitals and tourism.

When Mehracki is released, users will be able to transact with MKI tokens. Rewards to the user community will also be paid in the form of MKI. Mehracki exists as an ecosystem that offers modern features. This ecosystem will comprise utility tokens, DAOs, yield farming, staking, and feel-good NFT access.

Mehracki is marketed and represented as MKI. This utility token will be used to pay for transactions and vote on the governance of the ecosystem. Do you want to be part of the Mehracki community? Click on the presale link below. These social media links will help you stay in touch with social media links.

Join the pre-sale: pre-sale.mehracki.io/register

Website: www.mehracki.io

Telegram: https://t.me/Mehracki_Official

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