Bitcoins Newest Rival Soars 5000%  

Bitcoin has seen massive gains in the past year, but it seems that smaller ‘altcoins’ are stealing the show in 2018. Now joining other major cryptocurrencies, MoonCoin has recently witnessed its first 5000% gain in 2018.

New York, NY, USA - January 14, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Sitting in the cryptocurrency sphere for 3 years now with no momentum, the team behind MoonCoin is moving into 2018 with full momentum, already proving successful with its jaw dropping gains within the past 2 weeks alone.       

Currently MoonCoin is the last coin in the top 100 cryptocurrencies (by market cap) that still trades for under a penny. As recently witnessed, the last few coins that were in the same position (Verge, Sia, DigiByte,Tron) saw astronomical growth within hours of beginning their forward movements up the crypto charts. However, unlike the previous coins that shot up after a tweet from John McAfee, MoonCoin seems to have had evolved with it’s own organic growth.

Dubbing itself,” For The People By The People”, MoonCoin is an open source community driven project. And unlike other ‘cheap’ cryptocurrencies that are not able to be used yet, MoonCoin is focused on more than just seeking its stake in the crypto world. The team behind the project is looking to give back, which is why the token itself is used for FutureScouts.Co, helping to educate kids and fund endeavors into the future of technology.  

MoonCoin is currently trading on smaller exchanges like BleuTrade and CoinExchange.io, and if it follows the pattern of almost all cryptocurrencies in the past, the price will soar past its already monumental gains once it hits bigger exchanges like Binance and Bittrex. With big plans coming for 2018 and its already eye catching returns, MoonCoin is on track to becoming one of the top 10 cryptocurrencies by mid-2018.

For more information on MoonCoin, visit: Mooncoin.Eco

Contact: MoonCoinOfficial@Gmail.Com

Contact Info:
Name: Rob Wright
Organization: MoonCoin

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