Is the Craze for Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) Fading? TMS Network (TMSN) Emerges as the Rising Star in Q2 2023

Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) were two of the leading cryptocurrencies during the last bull season, but they seem to be losing popularity despite an overall increase in interest in the crypto space this year. Both coins gained a cult following due to their playful and meme-inspired branding, but as investors start looking for real world disruptors instead of memecoins, they are losing traction. On the other hand, TMS Network (TMSN) is a newer crypto whose presale has exceeded all expectations, raising over $500k due to high levels of interest from investors and traders. TMS Network is a blockchain-based project that aims to revolutionize access to features such as stocks, FX, CFDs, and over 500 cryptocurrencies. By utilizing cryptocurrency payments and connecting users’ wallets, TMS Network enables direct trading of all derivatives without relying on third parties or creating an account, thus disrupting traditional trading practices. The TMS Network token, $TMSN, allows holders and users to earn commissions from trading volume across the platform and generate an income by injecting liquidity or staking the token to help secure the network. With conservative predictions of over $1 value by the bull season peak, TMS Network could gain from the lack of interest in DOGE and SHIB. The presale is currently in Stage 2, with the token priced at around $0.03.

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Niels I have been passionate about dogecoin since 2019, and have since become an avid follower and advocate of the cryptocurrency. I keep a close eye on the Dogecoin market and trends, and I'm always up-to-date with the latest news and developments. As a true believer in the potential of dogecoin, I am excited to be a part of the growing community and I'm eager to share my knowledge and experience with others. When not busy with dogecoin, I enjoy golf, and I can often be found on the golf course.

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