This year’s meme coin has grown to 0,15 $2,235%, to a market cap coin of $16.6 billion. However, the latest pump in the price of DOGE does not come from the Tesla tweets of CEO Elon Musk.
A bull rally preparing for the Coinbase listing on Nasdaq brings a larger crowd into the industry will be held on the crypto market. Now it is scheduled to be a direct listing for the largest crypto exchange in the United States.
This week, Bitcoin (BTC) hit another ever-changing high, just timid, of $65,000 while Ether (ETH) reached $2,400, pushing a total of $2.2 trillion on the crypto market. Additional major gains are XRP, VeChain (VET), Tron (TRX), and ThorChain on the market (RUNE).
However, in the past 24 hours it is Dogecoin (DOGE) who has gained more than 80% to the extent of $0.15.
DOGE is trading about $0,135 this year, rising 126 percent over the last week and to $16.6 billion, a whopping 2.235 percent so far this year.
What’s interesting about this latest rally is that this year’s tweets are not driven by Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk but are on the ride of retail mania, contrary to all the previous upticks.
The billionaire owner of Dallas Mark Cuban, commenting on this strong move, said they would go to HODL to the moon this meme.
“We’re never going to ever sell one Doge. So continue to purchase,” he said.
Cuban has also shown that a 550 per cent increase in DOGE payments for its merchandise has occurred for the American professional basketball group.
“Sales of Mavs in dogecoin in recent months have risen by 550pct. Now we have sold in merchandise more than 122k Doge,” he said.
Mavs announced it would accept DOGE only for BitPay tickets and trading early last month. “The Dallas Mavericks were the first to accept Dogecoin in their early adoption of cryptocurrency,” they said.