The value of the meme cryptographic money dogecoin DOGE climbed up by more than 55% on Sunday, setting the latest all-time high records, following American rapper Snoop Dogg joined dogecoin Kiss rock star Gene Simmons and booster in head Elon Musk in tweeting a meme of a Shiba Inu, the dog breed that represents the dogecoin token.
However, the value of DOGE began exchanging near $0.056 at the starting of the day and jumped to $0.0872 on Sunday noon before settling down to $0.084, up by 55% in the past 24 hours, surpassing an all-time high of $0.078 set a month ago. To date, DOGE is up by 1,380%.
Following hours Dogg’s Tweet, Musk, when he’s not busy boosting dogecoin also act as Tesla’s CEP, posted a Lion King-inspired picture of himself holding up Simmons holding up Snoop Dogg who is actually holding up a Shiba Inu.
In other, clearly unrelated, Snoop Dogg/canine-related news, the rapper co-facilitated the current year’s Puppy Bowl prior on Sunday with his long-lasting companion Martha Stewart. Simmons was remembered for Musk’s meme as the Kiss rocker had commenced the current round of DOGE-siphoning early Saturday morning with commonplace modesty, tweeting to the world that he is the God of Dogecoin.
The Tweets by the trio of DOGE sweethearts obviously were sufficient to cause the meme-based digital currency to rise four spots on the rundown of the most significant cryptographic forms of money into the seventh spot, hustling past Chainlink, BNB Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin. DOGE presently has a current market estimation of $10.8 billion. Popular music star Kevin Jonas likewise added his support for the cryptographic money with a Tweeted Saturday night. At the time of writing this, Jonas still couldn’t seem to be added to Musk’s Lion King meme, which honestly is a DOGE-gone shame.
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