As the competition between cryptocurrency becomes more intense, it’s evident that buyers, investors, holders, are searching through the internet for something that can answer and quell their worries… sometimes, too much choice is simply too much and can send the hard drives in our brains to short wire, spark and eventually turns us away from the cryptocurrency market altogether.
Ethereum, HUH Token, and Shiba Inu are some of the cryptocurrencies that find their names in the news, over Reddit forums, and generally in the hurly-burly of the cryptocurrency news.
It’s no wonder then, that you’re here, reading this article wondering, for lack of a better phrase… what the fluff is going on in this crazy market known by no other name than crypto?
It can be quite simple when the noise filling the internet is slowed and stopped for a moment and the static of silence allows a brief reprieve from the incessant noise of the buy-nows and get-it-before-it-skyrockets.
Trust me, it’s a noise I often try to block out too… so, I’ve tried to construct an article that gives you the meat and potatoes variation of cryptocurrency journalism, as opposed to the more often than not, paid-for content we all wish would come for air for a moment or two.
Taking a look at why the internet, forums, and general chatter around Ethereum, HUH Token, and Shiba Inu could be valid and why a break from the noise is needed for buyers, holders and investors alike should take a good look at these cryptocurrencies.
Getting To Grips With Ethereum
Ethereum is one of the biggest altcoins on the cryptocurrency market and for this reason, it has received the full character-arch of bad press, admiration, and every nitty-gritty thing that comes in between those pillars of truth, gossip, and rumour.
Though, with paid-for ads, some disgruntled less-than-pleased holders, and the onslaught of the free press it can be difficult to get the base root of what Ethereum is and what place it holds within the cryptocurrency market.
Ethereum began with pretty earnest and well-meaning beginnings, where its creators wanted to generate a blockchain technology that could be used for many, many different aspects of the modern world and aid in bettering such a world.
Like the invention and pattern of the common seatbelt by an engineer at Volvo, the Ethereum blockchain was created and most importantly available, to all who wanted to use it with the hope that others could add usage capabilities that Ethereum themselves hadn’t even considered.
This was then harnessed by hundreds of other altcoins, like HUH Token and Shiba Inu which exist on Ethereums blockchain… meaning that ETHER is one of the most used and accessible currencies and blockchain technologies in the world… a worthy and often triumphant rival of Bitcoin (founded in 2009).
Ethereum, beyond the countless words of others, has many amazing attributes and for that reason, it’s easy to see why many cryptocurrency investors lean toward ETHER.
Recently, Ethereum moved into its Arrow Glacier period where it endeavored to severely decrease its power usage, which was once so high, it deterred the ever-environmentally-conscious-consumer from investing further… though it seems that Ethereum’s main aims are to attain a cryptocurrency equilibrium where they can see the potential of blockchain technologies being able to aid the world.
Shiba Inu came onto the scene, for the most part, as a joke-coin, directly targeting the top dog of the time (2020) Dogecoin… successfully marketing its way to the position and dodging the scam rumours and what appears to be a slow but steady beginning.
It appeared, that, influence has great sway on cryptocurrencies and from it, something new was born in the crypto sphere and that was the idea, value, and increasingly popularised essence of a meme coin.
This spurred the creation of many others, as, with all meme currency it enables investors with smaller amounts… in other words any investor who isn’t a Whale investor can sway the influence and therefore value, of a cryptocurrency.
Something, that otherwise, was relatively unheard of and hard to achieve.
Shiba Inu added the value of marketing to an already saturated cryptocurrency market, though it now seems like there’s an unhealthy plethora of jargon-crammed rhetoric over the internet that it’s hard to know whats a mere pump tactic and what is generally some sound advice or simply a look into the cryptocurrency world.
Shiba Inu reinvigorated the cryptocurrency world on its summer of 2020 launch, however, it spawned an onslaught of countless, ruthless, and often shameless attempts at achieving the same from other cryptocurrencies… that might not have worked so well for them.
One model doesn’t fit all.
Shiba Inu recently made moves to enter the metaverse and offer greater control, to SHIB holders, over their investments in the cryptocurrency and it was greatly and joyfully received by all and even boosted the crypto on the market.
It appears that HUH Token entered the market during one of its many bullish states, and for that reason seemed to skyrocket instantly and with it bought along with the admiration of many HUH Token holders, though the fanfare seemed to wain when the rumours of a scam circled the internet like flesh-eating birds of prey on the hunt for a fresh meal.
Despite countless attempts to rectify make the words scam and HUH Token synonymous with one another the multichain cryptocurrency managed to remain a firm favourite of holders and continues to exceed expectations from day one.
HUH Token recently made its multichain dreams a reality… wherein the token exists across Binance and Ethereum… meaning that the idea of a scam is getting further and further away from HUH Token and its creators.
The cryptocurrency market is often volatile but can offer a stream of passive income as well… though it’s always keen to observe that no matter what I or other crypto writers say it’s always best to form your own opinion on something that is, as of yet, largely unregulated.
Such findings can be found at the links beneath, where conversations exist about tokens and coins on the likes of The Telegram and you can find roadmaps for cryptocurrencies too, as well as a whole plethora of interesting and informative copy.