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Floki Inu Leads the Pack as Meme Coins Ride the Roaring Kitty Rally

Floki Inu is up 17% in the last 24 hours as meme coins continue to roar, after the apparent return of notorious meme influencer Roaring Kitty.

The meme coin market appears to be correlated with Roaring Kitty tweets. During his 12 hour absence, the market cooled off. But since the account has started sending messages again, meme coins are soaring once again. 

Roaring Kitty (also known as Keith Gill and DeepFuckingValue) was a key figure in the 2021 GameStop short squeeze, which captured the internet’s attention. He’s been silent for three years but returned a few days ago, posting a spree of cryptic videos on Twitter.

The official Floki Inu Twitter account claims its recent success is directly related to this saying, “Floki has always embraced meme culture, positioning itself as one of the leading memecoins in the crypto industry.”

However, it’s interesting that it’s Floki leading the pack as a Roaring Kitty video says “the dog days are over.” Many believed this was a call to invest in cat coins. But Floki Inu, as a coin for Elon Musk’s dog, has outperformed most top non-dog coins in the last 24 hours—including Popcat, cat in a dogs world, and Pepe.

There’s one other factor that might explain why Floki Inu is outperforming the rest of the meme coin market. A recently approved DAO proposal has authorized the burning of 15,246,000,000 FLOKI tokens ($3,386,773). Burning tokens is often a bullish sign for projects as circulating supply goes down while demand stays the same, often resulting in the token’s value increasing—although this is not always the case.

The only top meme coin tokens that have outperformed Floki Inu in the last 24 hours is GME, a tribute token for GameStop, which is up 34% and Apu Apustaja, another Pepe the Frog variant, which has climbed 19% in the past day.

Edited by Stacy Elliott.

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