- Elon tweeted a price pump using a Harry Potter meme
- DOGE barely move from its bearish state
Elon Musk is back once again with his meme tweet that can disrupt the market trend. Specifically, the tweet that Elon posted this time came from the movie Harry Potter. In this tweet, Elon posted a price pump of unknown crypto. As a result, the tweet gathered different reactions across the crypto world. There are some that assume it’s Dogecoin, while others have no idea at all.
Regarding Dogecoin, this tweet that Elon posted recently did not do much to pump the token price. Based on CoinGecko, DOGE price continues to plunge with a decline rate of -11.1% in the past 7 days. Perhaps, if Elon would be specific next time with his tweets, DOGE may have the chance to rise from its bearish state.
On the other hand, aside from DOGE, Elon has another crypto puppy: Floki Inu (FLOKI). This crypto is one newest meme digital asset created in the crypto world. Recently, the price of FLOKI surged to $0.00001412 after Elon posted a tweet about the meme token. With this, we can say that Elon continues to have the power to move the crypto market.
In other news, Baby Doge Coin (BABYDOGE), the son of Dogecoin (DOGE), increases its market reach in the crypto world. Interestingly, BABYDOGE surpasses its records as it successfully reaches over 370K token holders.
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