Gokhshtein wished he had invested all his meme coin funds in Shiba Inu.
There comes the point in an investor’s life when he wishes he had taken a particular investment decision instead of others. This is the case of David Gokhshtein, a cryptocurrency entrepreneur and the founder of Gokhshtein Media.
Gokhshtein wished he had gone “all in” on Shiba Inu (SHIB) when choosing the best meme coin to invest in.
“When it came to meme tokens, I should have just [gone] all in on SHIB,” the prominent cryptocurrency entrepreneur said.
When it came to meme tokens, should have just went all in on $SHIB.
— David Gokhshtein (@davidgokhshtein) October 10, 2022
Going “all in” is a phrase used in the cryptocurrency community, which indicates when an investor decides to commit all his funds to a particular asset. In this case, Gokhshtein wished he had committed all the funds he invested in other meme tokens into Shiba Inu.
Although he did not give any specific reason why he would have focused more on Shiba Inu over other meme tokens, the recent developments happening in the SHIB ecosystem could be a factor backing Gokhshtein’s comment.
Shiba Inu has been in the limelight in recent times. The team behind the development of Shiba Inu has worked relentlessly to transform the project from being a meme coin into a digital currency with enormous utility.
As reported by TheCryptoBasic, Shiba Inu launched its much-anticipated play-to-earn (P2E) game, dubbed Shiba Eternity. The game has attracted a lot of engagement since it went live, with over 10,000 downloads recorded in less than one week on the Android mobile store. To get more people to play the game, Shiba Inu disclosed that it would release a guide to get more people familiar with it.
Aside from Shiba Eternity, the team is also working on a stablecoin, a Layer-2 network, among other projects; thus, Shiba Inu ranks as one of the top crypto coins.
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