Dogecoin has seen increased volatility, with predictions, including by Twitter user AngeloBTC, suggesting it might reach $1.
The memecoin spiked by 6% in 24 hours and over 8% weekly.
Dogecoin’s sustained popularity is attributed partly to its endorsement by Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, and the interest in other memecoins like Shiba Inu (SHIB).
The first-ever memecoin – Dogecoin (DOGE) – is among the most intriguing digital assets for traders due to its enhanced volatility.
As such, numerous analysts have laid out predictions involving the coin, with some envisioning that it could hit the coveted level of $1.
One person who suggested that the target might be reached in the near future is the X (Twitter) user AngeloBTC.
$DOGE | The universe owes me 1 billion dollars.
Target: $1Profit: Financial FreedomStop: $0https://t.co/7Oe13t9QBe
— Angelo฿TC (@AngeloBTC) October 23, 2023
DOGE has spiked by nearly 6% in the past 24 hours (per CoinGecko) and over 8% on a weekly basis.
However, this surge is far from the all-time high level registered in May 2021. Back then, the asset was trading at approximately $0.70, with some people assuming it might break above the $1 mark.
Another reason DOGE has maintained popularity over the years could be its relation with the world’s wealthiest person – Elon Musk. The owner of X and CEO of Tesla is known as a keen supporter of the memecoin and often praises it on the social media platform.
Apart from Dogecoin, there are numerous other memecoins that have made the headlines in the past several months, including its rival Shiba Inu (SHIB).
Those willing to learn more about those assets, their purposes, and specifics could take a look at our dedicated video below:
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