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7 Real Cryptocurrencies With A Funny Name

Updated on August 20, 2019

Uranus (Current Marketcap: ?)

Who wants to invest in Uranus? This is an actual serious coin with the plan of having a system for decentralised cloud services where people can rent out their computer resources for a price. But it is more fun and mature for us to make uranus puns. Did you put your money in Uranus? Is Uranus a good investment? I got a good return from Uranus. I think it is time I exited my position in Uranus. And so on and so on.


Ponzicoin (Current Marketcap: 2k)


There are some remarkable cryptocurrencies that are probably going to change the world and then there are some that are just make money scams, guess which one this is. This coin is actually on the coinmarketcap website and has a current value of $0.002 cents. Not that you can sell it for that price as there is only $1 of trading volume a day for it. But hey if you need to move a dollar a day this is your coin. The sad thing is this coin actually made it to $0.33 at one point in time… You know you are not a good investor when ponzi is a part of your portfolio.


Mooncoin (Current Marketcap: $3.5 Million)


Moooooooooooon! If you have spent any time in the crypto world you would know that moon is synonymous with a big pump. When the coin goes to the moon we can all buy our lambos. So why not just name your coin moon. Moon coin is still in the early stages so it is still too early to tell if they will have any success but they plan on being a full chain with social interactions and its own ecosystem. Maybe it will be something one day but for now we wait for lift-out.


Pepe Cash (current Marketcap $8.5 Million)

Oh Pepe, the mascot of the internet. If you have been on the internet then you probably have seen pepe at some point. Pepe is that frog that makes funny faces. Pepe is in many memes and can be found in various Twitch chat channels. And now he has a coin. What do you do with pepe cash you might ask? Well you put it in your pepe wallet. Then you can buy pepe cards online with them. These are rare blockchain assets that can be traded or sold for more pepe cash. Then you can start a pepe economy.

Sexcoin (Current Marketcap: ?)

The name says it all. This is a coin for, well, sex. Whenever there is a new tech you will always see porno somewhere is the mix. I think that is how all new inventions work, how can we get off on this? Their website has a bunch of details such as their roadmap and details about the coin. This will be a hard one to explain to your financial adviser. You might want to exchange it for bitcoin first...


Beer token (Current Marketcap: ?)


Alcohol and finances are a great combination, it is why they always serve you booze at Vegas. Beer token can be found on the steem blockchain and is also used as a way to tip. If you like someone’s post you can tip them with a beer. It is an early project and as is mostly for fun but you can buy beer on the market if you really want to and send it to a friend. It is all the fun and none of the hangover.


Dootron (Exit Scam)

Yep there was a coin called doo and at one point this coin at one point actually had a working product. It was given out for a card game of high/lo and you got dividends for playing from the pot pool. The website wasn’t bad and the game was actually fun. You could play more to earn more or just collect your divs each day. But then, out of nowhere, the site got shut down. All of a sudden your doo coins were worth, well, doo. It is unfortunate when stuff like this happens as it makes other legitimate projects look bad. But I guess when you invest in something called doo it is to be expected.

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