Shiba Inu [SHIB], a standout in the world of meme coins, has been encountering a tumultuous journey recently. With its recent upswing in value, investors have been eyeing the tantalizing possibility of transforming a modest investment into a six-figure windfall. But just how much SHIB is needed to reach the coveted $100,000 mark?

Over the last week, SHIB has been garnering headlines as its price fluctuates between the $0.000022 and $0.000028 range. This further marks a significant 10% surge. However, it is pertinent to note that SHIB has dipped by 16% throughout the last month. The meme coin slipped from its peak of $0.000035. This downward trend has sparked doubts among some investors. But others have remained optimistic about the asset’s potential.

At press time, SHIB was trading at $0.0000237 following a modest surge of 1%. Amidst the current dip, positive projections for the meme coin’s future remain abundant. A notable factor boosting confidence is its impressive 144.75% increase last month.

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Quest for $100,000

Analysts have been comparing SHIB’s potential and historical data with a major focus on Bitcoin halving. Looking back at the 2020 halving, SHIB saw an astounding 303,581% from February 2021. If it were to capture even a fraction of that rally post the latest halving, its price could reach $0.0065.

Circling back to the $100,000 goal, at the hypothetical price of $0.0065, about 15.38 million SHIB would be needed to achieve that six-figure sum. With SHIB currently valued at $380 for that quantity, the math aligns to yield $100,000,

Moving forward to the year 2040, Changelly speculates that SHIB could reach $0.02. For long-term investors, doubling the amount of SHIB needed to achieve a $100,000 return would total 5 million SHIB tokens. Currently, this translates to an investment of around $123.

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