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BIBLE’'s Price Surges by 37% Following Its Listing, Meanwhile AiDoge Soars to $12.4 Million

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As Bitcoin and Ethereum face a downturn, explosive meme coin price action continues to dominate charts, and in the latest supercharged pump new coin $BIBLE has seen an impressive +37% surge following exchange listings.Now in minor localised retracement, $BIBLE seems intent on another bounce following steadfast consolidatory footing.However, with key indicators shifting bearish, such as the RSI displaying an overbought signal at 51, and the MACD sitting bearish at -0.000000000180.

Worse still, in the retracement move price action sunk below the MA20 - providing a potentially lethal capstone of local resistance to ongoing price action.With such substantial risk in the chart at these levels, many are rotating profits here to lucrative presales in anticipation of a market downturn driven by macroeconomics factors.Presales provide a safe haven for capital, and unlock the possibility of supercharged returns - a harbour to weather the storm of turbulent market conditions.And among the leading presales seeing intensive growth, AiDOGE ($AI) has emerged as a top contender for the biggest altcoin presale of 2023.AiDOGE, the unique fusion of AI and meme culture, has raised over $13 million within its presale period alone.

With the presale nearing its conclusion and only 20% of the tokens left for grabs, the time to invest is running out.AiDOGE’s presale has shown robust investor interest, primarily due to its distinct proposition of a meme-to-earn (M2E) ecosystem.Using advanced AI technology, trained on a sophisticated image and text database model, AiDOGE churns out engaging memes based on user-provided text prompts.It's a compelling offer - who wouldn’t want to earn while creating and sharing memes?AiDOGE’s unique proposition has

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