BabyDoge plans to follow Shiba Inu into the metaverse world

BabyDoge has seen an exponential price rise since the beginning of the year as its popularity continues to rise especially on social media platforms like Twitter.

There are speculations that BabyDoge is planning to join its rival Shiba Inu (SHIB) in the Metaverse world.

In a tweet on Wednesday, BabyDoge asked its fans how they would feel if the dog-themed meme coin joined the metaverse. The tweet featured 19 seconds animated video of BabyDoge Coin moving into the Metaverse world.

The tweet follows Shiba Inu’s entry into the Metaverse with plans to launch their first Virtual Real Estate (Shiba Lands).

Under no circumstance will BabyDoge be left behind as its biggest competitor seeks to utilize the immense opportunities in the metaverse world.

BabyDoge price movement

BabyDoge’s move to join the metaverse had a positive impact on its BabyDoge price. Its price stood at  $0.000000003947 at the time of writing.

If the meme coin was to successfully join the metaverse world, it would be a game-changer since it would add some use cases for itself; which would certainly propel its price towards their $1 price target. The metaverse world is shaping up to be one of the greatest crypto use cases for the future and a majority of blockchain projects are rushing to join the bandwagon.

BabyDoge popularity on Twitter has continued to grow, with the official Twitter handle moving closer to hitting one million followers. BabyDoge’s popularity has even surpassed that of SHIB token in terms of holders’ count. BabyDoge holders currently stand at 1,392,797 while that of its rival, Shiba Inu, is 1,166,064.

There has also been a spree of tweets from the BabyDoge team asking people which crypto exchange they would prefer the meme coin to be listed on among Kucoin, Binance, and Coinbase. The tweets always receive thousands of likes and retweets.