Dogecoin set to surge Post-Bitcoin halving: Watch the date!

Analysts anticipate that Dogecoin’s price, which has been declining recently, will soon experience a significant increase. This relationship can be established through a comparison of its current behavior to previous halving patterns. In contrast to the average daily loss of 8% and monthly loss of 18%, Dogecoin’s most recent price adjustment reflects previously observed patterns that may portend the arrival of a new record high.

Historically, Dogecoin rates have grown for about seven months each after Bitcoin halving events. It was evident in 2020 when Dogecoin enjoyed a significant rise in May after Bitcoin halved in the middle of the year. The price of Dogecoin reached an all-time peak of $0.73 on May 8, 2021, one year subsequent to the Bitcoin halving in 2020. At the moment, Dogecoin is down 73% from its all-time high. Based on the DOGE price forecast, Dogecoin has the potential to reach new highs by April 2025 due to the cyclic nature of its price movement.

The volatility of meme coins, like Dogecoin, complicates the execution of the technical analysis. In Robby Greenfield’s opinion, the meme coin market is a playground for impulsive investors who crave immediate profits and tend to overlook the risks involved in the process. 

Although it appears to be an unstable market, meme coins like Dogecoin and PEPE may become popular in the future, and Coinbase is working to introduce future markets for these assets. Moreover, these currencies receive a lot of support from committed and devoted communities in order to maintain their significant market value.

A remarkable development in the digital currency industry in 2024 is the significant rise in the number of tokens coming on board with high market value and total support from venture capitalists (VCs). This has led to concerns about the long-term effects of VCs solely driven by money in this market.

Conversely, specialists such as Gianluca Sacco regard meme coins, which are not typically backed by venture capitalists, as a more equitable medium through which individuals may penetrate the market. Such cryptocurrencies are prevalent, per Sacco. As a result, they are perceived as equitable and actively engage their communities, as opposed to the prevalent practice observed in other cryptocurrency projects of offering substantial discounts to insiders or venture capitalists.

Diane Dai, Chief Marketing Officer of Dodo, cautions against interpreting the recent increase in the value of many well-known meme coins (e.g., Floki (FLOKI), Pepe (PEPEUSD), Shiba Inu (SHIBUSD), and Doge (WIF)) as indicative of a complete resurgence of meme coins. Therefore, Dai does not imply that market liquidity is sufficient for the coins to reach a 100% milestone, as he emphasizes that trading volumes are minimal during such price surges.

Due to the dynamic nature of markets, there is considerable discourse and perilous speculation regarding the potential function of memecoins. Memecoins’ current daily trading volume and market capitalization declines of 17% and 5.8%, respectively, necessitate the undertaking of an additional arduous task in predicting the future of this distinctive category of digital currencies.

Trevor Holman

Trevor Holman follows crypto industry since 2011. He joined CryptoNewsZ as a news writer and he provides technical analysis pieces and current market data. He is also an avid trader. In his free time, he loves to explore unexplored places.

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