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Wall Street Memes Crypto Presale Raises $100k Minutes After Launch, The Next Pepe Coin or Dogecoin?

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Today marks the launch of the Wall Street Memes token ($WSM) presale, courtesy of the the internet’s hottest investing community, that turns stock stonks into hard cash, and is now doing the same for meme coins.If you are looking for the next meme coin to explode like Pepecoin, Dogecoin or Shiba Inu, then look no further.

The team behind the Wall Street Memes token knows everything there is to know about building brands in the new age of finance – which is exactly why they are unleashing $WSM token today.Analysts are already predicting 10x gains for Wall Street Memes when it lists on exchanges and you can be a part of it, but tokens are being snapped up fast.Demand for the $WSM token is going to be off the scale, which is why in the space of minutes of the launch being announced, $100k was raised from eager investors.The founders of WSM famously made $2.5 million when, in 2021, they minted the highly successful Wall Street Bulls 10,000 piece NFT collection, which sold out in 32 minutes.All told, Wall Street Memes has a 1 million-strong social community of degens, which all but guarantees that the $WSM token will be listed on tier 1 crypto exchanges like Binance.The Wall Street Memes token is set to be the ‘King of Memes’, as well as the King of Stonks, in a way that could very easily surpass the success of Dogecoin, Shiba Inu or Pepecoin.

The phenomenal brand reach of Wall Street Memes in the financial world, and among retail investors in particular, sets it apart as the most legitimate meme coin ever.Add to that its proven ability to cross-sell between the stock and crypto audiences, as demonstrated by its wildly popular first NFT launch, it genuinely means there is no time to lose to grab the $WSM token at its lowest

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