HakunaMatata is up 500% since its launch on May 24th 2021.

This new coin was opened up for sale to the general public on May 24th, and since then has grown by more than 400%. It is the latest in a long line of new cryptocurrencies that are capturing the public’s imagination and enjoying a surge in value while the more well-known cryptos such as Bitcoin and Ethereum are suffering.

How & where to buy HakunaMatata

As a new cryptocurrency, many people will have trouble finding reputable platforms where they can trade in this coin. We’ve gone to the trouble of finding them for you.

1. CoinKong

Coin Kong connects customers to the most premium brokers available in their countries, and automatically lists those offering the lowest commission deals. As well as ETH, it offers hundreds of altcoins and newer ICOs. Please note that this platform is only available to non-US customers.

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2. eToro

By signing up to eToro, traders can buy, sell and trade EMAX using the platform’s plethora of trading resources and make use of the copy trading platform to follow other EMAX traders. eToro also offers lots of stocks, shares and other cryptocurrencies – so it’s well worth signing up if you’re thinking about starting your trading journey and are looking for a place to start.

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What exactly is HakunaMatata?

HakunaMatata is a new cryptocurrency named for the swahili term “no worries”; which featured prominently in the film The Lion King. According to the official website, “The goal behind $TATA coin is to bridge the gap between charity and cryptocurrency to capitalize on an expanding market in order to expand charitable donations into underserved and unserved markets.”

Is now a good time to get into HakunMatata?

The current market cap of HakunaMatata is around $22 million and each HakunaMatata coin trades at $0.0000000475. This super low price will make it instantly attractive to new investors keen to get into cryptocurrencies, but dissuaded by the volatility of larger coins like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

This post was originally published on Coinjournal.