SafeMoon: More Likely To Sputter Out Than Rocket To The Moon

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Michael W Byrne


  • SafeMoon has a fully-diluted market cap of over $2.5 billion as of April 27th after rising as high as $4 billion over the weekend.
  • Promoters are using time-tested penny stock tactics to lure in investing novices.
  • With a quadrillion tokens issued, for SafeMoon to 'just hit $0.01', the market cap would have to surpass all other wealth in the U.S. combined, which isn't happening.

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