With memecoin season on the horizon, people are flocking to the controversial PEPE as they have done to DOGE and others in the past. Despite its dark and controversial past, the success of the popular Pepe the frog meme token has spawned a new story about the “frog” token. One of them is BOB, which is the native token of the “Explain This Bob” bot.
Simply put, Bob is a Twitter bot using OpenAI. Users tag or reply to an account “Explain This Bob,” and the account responds with an insightful, accurate reply. So Bob is like a symbiosis of memes, social networking, encryption, and artificial intelligence.
Among “Bob” users is Twitter’s current boss, Elon Musk.the billionaire prefer The narrator’s answer was hypocritical, and he even confessed his love for Bob.
BOB prices jumped more than 1,000% in the last week amid growing popularity, with the bot’s Twitter account boasting more than 121,000 subscribers. BOB is currently trading at $0.00005736.
BOB/USD | Source: CoinMarketCap
According to Etherscan, BOB has a supply of 690 billion tokens, 23.5% of which resides in the 19 largest addresses. The total number of current holders is 7,683 addresses.
- Bitcoin falls below $28,500, dragging down altcoins – $137 million in liquidations
- The price of PEPE has skyrocketed, entering the top 100 and becoming the third largest emoticon package
- PEPE token just hit a new all-time high, leading the memecoin market with a 53% gain
According to today’s headlines