Saitama Inu Crypto: Breaking news on #SAITAMA as Hot Meme Coin trends on Twitter today

the Saitama Inu (CCC:SAITAMA-USD) crypto is all the rage Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) today and we round up the latest news traders need to know about the meme coin.

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But very quickly, let’s talk about what Saitama Inu is. This is a crypto meme that is interested in other similar ones Dogecoin (CCC:DOGE-USD) copiers. It’s been around for a while, but it’s only recently gaining traction with merchants.

Saitama Inu started to gain momentum in October, which allowed him to reach an all-time high in November. However, the crypto has cooled since then and is still trading only for fractions of a penny.

Some recent news regarding the Saitama Inu crypto includes the bitmart To hack. Over $200 million worth of crypto was stolen from the exchange and SAITAMA tokens were one of them. $100 million of this amount was Ethereum (CCC:ETH-USD) based on tokens, of which Saitama Inu is.

Crypto traders interested in Saitama Inu also want to know where the coin is heading. The latest price predictions indicate that it may take some time before the digital asset sees major growth. You can access the price predictions for SAITAMA at this link.

To go along with this, some traders may research more details about Saitama Inu before investing in it. Fortunately for them, InvestorPlace recently covered the basics of the token for interested traders.

SAITAMA is down 11.3% over a 24-hour period since Monday afternoon.

Investors looking for more information on crypto today have come to the right place!

We have all the latest crypto news traders need to know for Monday. Among these reasons, crypto stocks are falling today, shiba inus (CCC:SHIB-USD) investors talk about the Bitmart hack, and more. You can keep up to date with all these stories at the following links!

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As of the date of publication, William White had no position (directly or indirectly) in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author, subject to InvestorPlace.com Publication guidelines.

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