- Kitty Inu has recently launched and is challenging the status quo of memecoins.
- Aside from a crypto token, Kitty Inu is launching a game called KittyKart.
- Leading memecoins Dogecoin and Shiba Inu need to worry about Shibnobi as well.
Kitty Inu, a cat-inspired token, has recently launched and is starting to challenge the status quo of memecoins this 2022. Apparently, the leading memecoins are based on dog breeds, especially Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.
But as a new contender, Kitty Inu is bent on changing the norm. In fact, its opening spiel on its website showed “There’s a new
Doge Cat in town”.
Aside from mere marketing, Kitty Inu revealed that it is working on a GameFi project. Named KittyKart, the NFT game is expected to be free-to-play (F2P) although it will have a play-to-earn (P2E) mechanic.
Since its introduction in October 2021, Kitty Inu’s Twitter has already gained 15.8k followers at the time of writing. Its official token KITTY is also currently worth $0.000029, according to CoinGecko.
However, Kitty Inu is not the only memecoin that crypto heavyweights Dogecoin and Shiba Inu need to worry about. Another token named Shibnobi (SHINJA) made headlines when it surged amid a current market drop after getting listed on crypto exchanges.
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