MoonCoin is one of those coins we weren’t sure about at first, just because it felt a bit like DogeCoin, which we also didn’t take too seriously in the beginning. However, we were proven wrong with DogeCoin, and it seems we are proven wrong again with MoonCoin….
Whenever there is a new coin launched, and it gets picked up by any exchange, the prices are hopefully “going to the moon”. Hence, MoonCoin, the name, kind of threw us off a little because we thought it was just some lame promotional stunt.
The fact that the MoonCoin developer disappeared the day after the launch of MoonCoin wasn’t boding well either. No one has heard much from him until yesterday, but we also found out what the reason behind his absence was.
Suffering a serious back injury causes a lot pain and uneasiness, and that is exactly what happened to the MoonCoin developer. After two weeks of throwing up and passing out from pain, he is now able to work short periods of time again. We are very glad that he is back, and wish him a speedy recovery.
During his unfortunate absence, MoonCoin has done very well for itself, by building a big and enthusiastic community, and getting picked up by two different exchanges. MoonCoin is traded on CoinEx against Bitcoin and Litecoin, and on CoinedUp against Litecoin and DogeCoin.
We have also witnessed a recent price surge regarding MoonCoin, which goes to show that there is a lot more to this coin than meets the eye. With it’s original developer back in place (or at least for short times), we are certain that MoonCoin will be a coin to be reckoned with.