Dogecoin: 59% of DOGE Holders Are in Loss

Vignesh Karunanidhi
Dogecoin: 59% of DOGE Holders Are in Loss
Source: Kiplinger

Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency inspired by internet meme culture, has gained significant attention in the crypto market and has influenced the creation of several other animal-themed coins. While initially created as a lighthearted joke, these meme coins have surprisingly garnered widespread interest in recent times.

Early adopters and investors in Dogecoin experienced substantial returns in the early stages, leading to notable financial successes for some. However, the current situation for DOGE presents certain challenges. Amidst the slumping prices, data from IntoTheBlock shows that 59% of Dogecoin addresses are at a loss.

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59% of Dogecoin holders in a loss

Details from IntoTheBlock reveal that only 31% of the total holders are in profit. Moreover, 10% of the holders are neutral, whereas 59% of the Dogecoin holders are at a loss.

One positive thing is that 72% of the holders have been in it for over a year. Additionally, 26% of the holders have been holding for one month to 12 months, and 2% of the holders have been holding for less than a month.

At press time, Dogecoin is trading at $0.05887, with a 2.30% drop in value over the last 24 hours. For the majority of the holders to shine in profit, DOGE should exhibit an exceptional performance that can breach its previous all-time high.