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Iran Israel War Tensions Ignite Hundreds of WW3 Themed Meme Coins – Here’s What Happened

Iran Israel News: Meme Coin markets react to Iran war tensions with hundreds explosive conflict-themed token listings - here's what happened

As Iran Israel news reverberates around global markets, Meme Coin developers have been quick to react to enflamed Iran war tensions, with hundreds of explosive conflict-themed new token listings over the weekend – here’s what happened.

By now, I’m sure everyone has heard about the ongoing tensions between Israel and Iran, which were further escalated following the wave of attacks launched by Iran on Israel via missiles and drones on April 16.

Luckily 99% of the projectiles and UAVs were shot down before reaching Israel with only minor damage suffered to an Israeli military base – minimizing civilian casualties.


And in typical crypto fashion, meme coin developers haven’t skipped a beat in their response to the conflict between Israel and Iran.

With this situation looking very likely to be an ongoing narrative for the time being, many of the related meme coins are sure to moon – so let’s take a look at some of the most promising meme coin tickers related to the conflict.

New Meme Coin #3 – World War 3 (WW3)


One of the most obvious tickers that has been created is the World War 3 token (WW3).

It was created on April 12 after the #ww3 hashtag went viral on X, and subsequently mooned over +10,000%, hitting a market cap of nearly $3m within the first 24 hours.

In the hours since, it has retraced to a market cap of $290k, but buys are still flowing in ($750k volume over the past 24 hours).

New Meme Coin #2 – BodenLaden (Bodenladen)


BodenLaden was launched earlier today and has quickly rocketed over +17,000% in less than 12 hours.

The narrative is tongue-in-cheek, focusing on Joe Biden as international terrorist Bin Laden due to America’s involvement in the Iran/Israel conflict.

This one looks to have some serious insider knowledge, as volume immediately surged to $11m at launch.

So far, there hasn’t been a significant retracement on this yet, which generally happens as snipers begin dumping their bags. Therefore, I recommend carefully timing your entry (look for juicy dips to load up on).

New Coin #3 – Alux Jownes (JOWNES)


Alux Jownes is an outside bet that doesn’t have a ticker directly tied to the Iran/Israel conflict.

It’s another of the many ‘PolitiFi’ tokens, similar to TREMP and BODEN but this one is based on serial conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones, at its core.

Via his Infowars platform, you can guarantee that Alex Jones will have his say on the Iran Israel situation, probably with some insane takes – which could gain viral traction.

It seems that market participants agree, as Jownes is up +125% in the past 24 hours, with over $3m in volume.

The Bottom Line: Meme Coin Markets Know No Limits – Don’t Miss Easy Profits on Iran War Narrative

As the days go on and the Iran war tensions continue to unfold with Israel, there will be new storylines and narratives.

You can expect to see new tickers popping up relating to all of these new narratives and news events – so make sure to keep a keen eye on the Iran Israel news and the related tokens that will follow – meme coin markets know no limits!

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Disclaimer: Crypto is a high-risk asset class. This article is provided for informational purposes and does not constitute investment advice. You could lose all of your capital.

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