Crypto community experts continued to test the popular language model based on artificial intelligence ChatGPT. This time, the chatbot was asked to evaluate the investment potential of the largest memtokens DOGE, SHIB and PEPE.
The artificial intelligence system announced that the future appeal of Dogecoin, Shiba Inu and PepeCoin lies in the potential for rapid price growth and the possibility of being used in social initiatives.
Due to their connection to Internet memes and profile communities, these tokens often use viral Internet trends and the same memes to generate interest, as well as create a sense of belonging and unity among supporters, AI stated. DOGE is backed by Elon Musk, SHIB is the power of the trend and the SHIB ARMY community, and PEPE has taken the world by storm, capitalizing on the popularity of the Pepe the Frog meme.
ChatGPT claims that DOGE, SHIB and PEPE will remain attractive in the short term. However, a long-term forecast of the future is impossible, as it depends on many random factors.
“It is important to understand that memtokens are defined by speculative trading and hype, not by fundamental value or utility. Their prices can be highly volatile and subject to significant fluctuations depending on social media trends, celebrity recommendations or online community activities. This category of digital assets can maintain long-term investment attractiveness only if it is widely used in practice,” ChatGPT believes.
Summarizing the ChatGPT responses, crypto researchers concluded that despite the rise in value, significant attention and the creation of groups of supporters, the long-term sustainability and significance of memtokens in the cryptocurrency industry is not clear. Therefore, investing in such assets should be carried out with caution, considering them as short-term high-risk speculative investments.
Earlier, crypto industry experts using the chat bot ChatGPT received a forecast of the possible movement of the value of bitcoin at the time of the 2024 halving.
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