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PEPE Aims for 30-Day Plunge, Here's Why

Mon, 06/05/2023 - 15:25
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Arman Shirinyan
PEPE might dive even lower as market is getting tired of meme coins
PEPE Aims for 30-Day Plunge, Here's Why
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PEPE's meme coin rally continues its downward trajectory. The latest market data suggests that the digital asset may be heading toward a 30-day low, with significant selling pressure from the so-called "whales" or "Smart Money."

One whale, identified as 0x4614, who had made a profit of 1,182 ETH (around $2.2 million) on PEPE, sold 375.8 billion PEPE (approximately $306K) at a loss of 76 ETH (approximately $142K) just an hour ago. Another whale, 0x6544, who had made around $352K on PEPE, also dumped a whopping 257.9 billion PEPE (equivalent to $306K), at a loss of $35K, about four hours ago.

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These large sell-offs are exerting downward pressure on PEPE's price, pushing it toward a 30-days low. The sharp reversal from the all-time high reaches 75%, making PEPE one of the shortest lived digital assets in the history of the cryptocurrency market. It had nearly reached the top 10 in terms of market capitalization at its peak, a remarkable feat for such a new coin.

Furthermore, PEPE's trading volume is showing a significant downturn, with a decline of over 90%. The dwindling trading volume combined with substantial sell-offs suggests bearish sentiment among PEPE holders. This trend implies that the coin is facing considerable headwinds that might result in further depreciation.

While the fall in price and trading volume might be disheartening for PEPE enthusiasts, it is worth noting that the volatile and unpredictable nature of meme coins makes them highly susceptible to such dramatic swings. Meme coins often ride on hype and sentiment, and when that fades, a downward price correction often follows, which is exactly what happened with Shiba Inu.

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Arman Shirinyan is a trader, crypto enthusiast and SMM expert with more than four years of experience.

Arman strongly believes that cryptocurrencies and the blockchain will be of constant use in the future. Currently, he focuses on news, articles with deep analysis of crypto projects and technical analysis of cryptocurrency trading pairs.