Nothing Token explodes +112% overnight!


Cryptocurrencies News – With fresh energy hitting the crypto scene, Nothing Token (THING) has seen a massive 112% increase overnight. Lately, tokens launched on DEX have been making big waves, attracting lots of eyes. Names like APX, RAIN, MEGA, REFUND, DRS, and SNOR have all made a splash. But there’s a new player in town, and it’s causing quite a stir.

$THING’s Spring 2023 Enigma

For a while, people saw $THING as an old-timer. It first appeared in Spring 2023, and its arrival was a bit shady. It came from a Twitter account that’s no longer around, called ‘Nothingsquer.’ There were whispers it might be a sketchy deal because when $THING showed up, it had a hefty 25% sell tax, and nearly half the tokens were in one big wallet.

But things are changing. $THING is making a comeback, thanks to some fresh tweets from a new account, ‘NothingSquare_.’ And guess what? People can start taking their tokens out again.

Wondering How High Nothing Token Could Go?

Right now, the price of Nothing Token is sitting at $0.067154, which is a whopping 112% increase in just a day. It managed to climb up from a real low point of $0.063396. That low was sticking around for over a month after a big 84% drop happened all at once on September 19.

What’s behind the big jump? Well, it seems traders have been pretty busy, with about $64k moving around in just 24 hours, thanks to 40 smart buyers.

Right now, THING’s trying to keep its footing at $0.067150. But it’s not all smooth sailing. Over 1000 holders who bought when the price was higher might start selling, and that could shake things up. In fact, in the last 6 hours, there have been more sells than buys – sells made up 63% of all the action.

So, what’s next for THING? It might slip back to a lower price for a bit. But with the market buzzing, there’s still a chance it could break through and climb higher.

  • 23 October 2023
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