Last week CoinGecko, an analytical portal, published a new report. It compiles the countries where meme-coins are the most popular. The U.S. tops the list.
The U.S. accounts for 23.58% of the entire meme-coin market. In second place is India (20.31%), the third is the United Kingdom (16.35%). It is noteworthy that this is the only European country that made the list at all.
Rounding out the top five are the Philippines and Nigeria. The last country in the top 10 is Morocco, with just over 1% of the market.
No less interesting is the spread of assets. For example, in the U.S., the most popular meme-coin remains SHIB (60.7%), in second place is PEPE (11.8%), in third place is BONK.
In India, the situation is somewhat different. The list of the most popular meme-coins is headed by SHIB (55.8%). But on the second place is, unexpectedly, Baby DOGE with a share of 29.9%.
PEPE, which has been popular lately, is at the top of the list in only one country – Canada. Recall, the capitalization of the asset has already exceeded $ 1 billion.
But in the Philippines, FLOKI is the most popular token. It has a share of 26.7%. It is noteworthy that since the beginning of the year, the asset has increased in price by more than 300%.
Interestingly, less “promoted” coins are popular in the Philippines and Nigeria. These are, for example, ArbDoge AI and Dogelon Mars.
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