- A senior manager at Goldman Sachs resigned from his job after earning a huge profit in Dogecoin
- DOGE keeps its market position along with the top 5 cryptos in CoinGecko
A Goldman Sachs executive has recently resigned from his job after earning a huge profit in Dogecoin (DOGE). Specifically, Aziz McMahon, former managing director at Goldman Sachs, left the company after creating a fortune in his investment in Dogecoin. Truly, Dogecoin, the meme coin, has come a long way in boosting its price that benefits global investors.
In the past months, DOGE has been the most-talked digital asset in the crypto world due to its aggressive performance. In fact, the DOGE influence has reached some of the popular people in the world such as Lindsay Lohan, Snoop Dogg and Elon Musk. As a result, DOGE boosted its price to over +20,000% in the past six months. This translates to a growth rate of +20k% from Dec 2020 to May 2021.
With this tremendous price increase rate, it is no wonder that many early investors are now walking out as millionaires. On the other hand, DOGE continues to bark and rally its price despite the market ups and downs in the past weeks. For this reason, DOGE keeps its market position along with the top 5 cryptos in CoinGecko.
In other news stories, analysts explain that DOGE is good for trading but not for long-term investment. As a result, there were people that agreed: some were neutral, while some disagreed, especially the DOGE community. Regardless, DOGE proves that the crypto world can maintain its stability despite the market chaos in today’s time.
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