SafeMoon and Dogecoin have sustained their respective rallies recently, with both currencies enjoying exponential value increases. Both tokens emerged from the relative unknown this year and have quickly exploded in value. But despite their unique performance, experts believe the coins won’t retain value in the long term.
Currently, SafeMoon is the less valuable of the two surging cryptocurrencies.
The token’s value sits at $0.00000874 (£0.0000062), with 24-hour increases of 2.69 percent.
Over the last two months, it has risen from $0.0000000312, with initial sharp increases of 910 percent.
Despite its value, Adam Morris, co-founder of Crypto Head, a cryptocurrency guide site, said SafeMoon, in particular, “doesn’t offer much”.
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Regardless, Mr Morris believes it will go the same direction as SafeMoon and is ultimately a “phase”.
He said: “SafeMoon has a lot of similarities with Dogecoin, but it’s even more risky because it doesn’t have the history that Dogecoin does.
“At this point, it seems that SafeMoon, Dogecoin and other altcoins that have appeared out of nowhere are likely a phase similar to GME.
“We might not see a huge correction though until the next major market correction.”
“Long-term investors should be looking at things like Ethereum because they provide great infrastructure in the industry and actually deserve the value they have.”
Ethereum is currently one of the most valuable cryptocurrencies on the market.
The coin is worth $3,986.99 (£2,827.63), and its value is increasing every day.
Over the last day, it has gained 7.90 percent and got to its current position from less than $200 (£141.84) this time last year.
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