1. EthereumMax (Down 97% from All Time High)
EthereumMax checks all the boxes for a pump and dump. It’s unclear who the management team is, there’s no whitepaper, and the website makes vague promises of “exclusive lifestyle benefits” without specifying what those benefits are. It’s named after Ethereum, likely to capitalize on that coin’s popularity.
Whoever’s behind EthereumMax paid Kim Kardashian hundreds of thousands to post about it on Instagram, they apparently didn’t want to pay anybody to proofread the EthereumMax website, which promises “Proven Tokenmnomics.”
2. Baby Doge Coin (Down 96% from All Time High)
The name makes it seem like a joke that’s trying to ride the Dogecoin hype train.
The roadmap doesn’t exactly do much to change that impression, with goals that include “add way more memes,” carving a baby doge image into a mountain, and starting a baby doge religion.
3. Shiba Inu (Down 81% from All Time High)
Shiba Inu has called itself the Dogecoin killer.
Shiba Inu prioritizes popularity instead of any real-world uses. In May 2021, the anonymous creator of Shiba Inu sent half the supply to Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin.
Buterin donated 10% to Indian’s Crypto Covid Relief Fund. They have had trouble cashing out those tokens.
The Shiba Inu team has tried to frame this as a positive. They’ve even referred to Buterin as a “friend of Shib” in their whitepaper — right before misspelling the name of the cryptocurrency he created.