There is now a Queen Elizabeth Inu. In actuality, it exists 40 times. Shitcoins and meme coins are flooding the internet at an incredible rate.
Up to her passing yesterday night, Elizabeth II reigned as Queen of the United Kingdom in February 1952. She ruled for 214 days and seventy years. Any British monarch’s longest reign was during this one. Queen Elizabeth II reigned over 14 other Commonwealth realms at the time of her passing, including Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
While mourners for the monarchy were moved by Her Majesty’s departure, coin initiatives seized the chance to capitalize on the free exposure. They introduced currencies with a royal theme on Ethereum and Binance’s BNB Chain.
While some may be in mourning, others may not be. It’s incredible how hot Queen Elizabeth Inu has been. Likewise, Save The Queen Tokens are moving in the same direction.
According to the Twitter account @Zazoo_Me:
The trading volume for the 40+ Crypto meme coins and NFT dumps is staggering so far. The account says that prices are extremely volatile and highly unlikely to sustain themselves.
As CoinCu reported, QueenE, an Ethereum-based NFT project, is holding the last Gen1 artwork auction following the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II.
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