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How to buy country meme coins

Country-themed coins are the latest crypto meme craze ahead of the Olympics and EURO 2024.

What are country meme coins?

As the name suggests, country meme coins are simply crypto tokens named after specific countries.

With major sporting events like the Paris Olympics and European Championship taking place over the next few months, country coins have surged in popularity as a proxy for the anticipated performance of each country.

In case it isn't obvious, these coins have no official affiliation with the country or government they're named after and are simply intended as a joke.

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How to buy country meme coins

Most country coins have been created on the Solana network, which means they can be traded on decentralised exchanges like Raydium, Orca and Meteora.

  1. Buy Solana. You can buy Solana from most crypto exchanges.
  2. Set up a Solana wallet. You'll need to choose a software or hardware wallet that supports the Solana network.
  3. Find the country coin you want to buy. You can use an aggregator like CoinGecko, CoinMarketCap or DexScreener to find the coin.
  4. Buy the coin using an exchange. Country meme coins are currently available on decentralised exchanges.

Please note that as these coins are not actually officially-associated with any government or country, its very likely that dozens of copycat coins will be created so it's important to check the coin's contract address before attempting to buy.

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