Volume on the counter remained strong, with Dogecoins worth over $1.5 billion having exchanged hands in the last 24 hours.
Musk on Sunday tweeted that he is giving “serious thought” to building a new social media platform, a day after he put out a poll on Twitter asking users if they believe the social media giant adhered to the principle of free speech.
When a follower suggested that Musk buy the company (Twitter) and change the logo from a bird to a Dogecoin, Tesla Inc CEO indicated that he likes the idea.
@elonmusk and change the bird logo to a doge
— Chairman (@WSBChairman) 1648317665000
Anndy Lian, Chairman, BigONE Exchange said, “Dogecoin continues to rally after Elon Musk’s tweet on meme coin. This has triggered retail investor buying. Together with this trend, the number of long term holders of dogecoin rises.”
The various factors give a very bullish outlook for Dogecoin, with many analysts forecasting an ascent of around 50 per cent, Lian said.
Market experts said Dogecoin has been in momentum over the last few months, experiencing a roller-coaster ride in price movements.
In a period of little more than two weeks, Dogecoin has jumped as much as 50 per cent, scaling $0.15 on Monday. However, it is still about 80 per cent below its all-time peak of $0.6848.
The volatility in Dogecoin is fairly high and investors should remain cautious while investing in it, suggested Praveen Kumar, Founder & CEO, Belfrics Group, adding that going forward, the volatility would continue and investors should look at some level of profit booking in this upwards price movement.
Experts are swearing by the ever-growing popularity of Dogecoin among retailers on a global level. The rising volumes of the token is indicating the same.
Dogecoin has a tremendous future and will see better upside due to its massive retail involvement, enhanced acceptance, and backing of legendary Elon Musk, said Rahul Kumar, CEO of Lyca Nation, a metaverse based crypto island.