Dogecoin prices are making a fresh run, pushing the popular crypto to an all-time high above 50 cents, as enthusiasm for the hottest digital asset on the planet refuses to abate.
At last check, dogecoin prices
were at 54 cents, up 37%, driving the virtual currency to a market value at around $70 billion, according to CoinDesk and CoinMarketCap.com.
Dogecoin has soared a mind-numbing 10,694% in the first five months of the year alone.
Put another way, $1,000 Invested in dogecoin at the start of the year would be worth nearly $100,000, based on MarketWatch’s calculation of a starting price of 0.005405 cent for dogecoin at the start of 2021 and its current trading price.
Doge’s rally got started on the back of a series of bullish, if sometimes cryptic, tweets from Tesla Inc. TSLA, -1.31% and SpaceX Chief Executive Elon Musk.
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