But the meme themed digital asset, Dogecoin, has been tearing it the last 48 hours.
It tapped an all-time high of $0.143 per unit on Wednesday, meaning it has spiked more than 104% just during the last week. This performance during the last seven days is even the more impressive when you consider that it has gained 82% against BTC.
Overall, the cryptocurrency that features the likeness of Shiba Inu dog has seen a massive 1,181% gain during the past three months.
Helped, no doubt, by the friendly word occasionally put in by Elon Musk.
Musk has always been a fan of DOGE, and other celebrities are warming up to the cryptocurrency, too.
This week, the star of the American food reality television show “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives”, Guy Fieri took Dogecoin to “Flavortown, USA”, where he tweeted about the meme coin on April 13. Overnight trading sessions saw the crypto token gather more than 20% during the course of the day on April 14.
Likewise, the customized high-performance gaming PC company iBUYPOWER also talked about Dogecoin, tweeting to its 190,000+ followers on whether it should accept the cryptocurrency as a form of payment.
No surprises, then, that Dogecoin is gaining steam on Google Trends, with search queries for the crypto rising globally at a quick pace.
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