New tokens alert: dogwifhat & Bonk have arrived!

New tokens alert: dogwifhat & Bonk have arrived!

We’re thrilled to welcome dogwifhat (WIF) & Bonk (BONK) to the CoinJar lineup.

From today, you’ll be able to buy and sell all of these cryptos on CoinJar, joining the more than 60 other cryptocurrencies that our customers can already trade, store, send and spend.

Note, where you see the following symbol “*“, please note the standard risk warning at the bottom of the article.

These tokens won’t initially be available for purchase through CoinJar Bundles or on CoinJar Exchange, but will be added in the near future.*

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dogwifhat (WIF) is the latest entrant in the meme cryptocurrency space, drawing inspiration from the Shiba Inu dog memes that symbolise internet culture and digital assets. Much like Dogecoin, WIF appears to be capturing the attention of the crypto community with its playful and memeish nature.

At the core of dogwifhat’s charm is Achi, a real-life Shiba Inu puppy known for wearing a pink beanie hat. This endearing image has become synonymous with WIF, attracting investors who are drawn to the coin’s fun vibe.

dogwifhat may or may not be a fleeting meme; but currently, it has the potential to follow in the footsteps of memecoins like Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.* 

Bonk (BONK) is capturing the attention and the wallets of the crypto community. Created by and for the people, it's known for its unique distribution model and community focus.

People buy BONK for several reasons. Its unique distribution model, which airdropped 50% of the total supply to the Solana community, is a significant draw. Additionally, its community-driven nature and focus is on inclusivity.

BONK is a memecoin that's fun to be a part of, and has a sense of community. For those looking for a community-driven token, BONK might be a good starting point.*

Happy Trading!

CoinJar Team

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