Dogecoin: If You Put $100 Every Week Since 2013, Here’s Your Gain

Paigambar Mohan Raj
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Upon its launch in December 2013, Dogecoin was trading at around $0.00058. The memecoin reached the 1 cent mark in early 2018, but quickly gained back a zero after its decimal point. It was not until February 2021 that DOGE would see its first massive price spike, reaching $0.072. A few months later, in May, the popular dog-themed crypto would reach its all-time high of $0.731, registering a gain of 126020.69% since its launch.

However, the peak would not last very long. Since 2022, DOGE has been on a downward trajectory, apart from a few sporadic spikes, mostly from tweets by Elon Musk, a vocal DOGE supporter. Nonetheless, despite its fall from the 2021 bull run, if an investor continuously invested in the crypto since its launch, they would still be in profit.

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How much would you have made with $100 in weekly investments in Dogecoin since its launch?

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Dogecoin (DOGE) is currently up by around 2230% since its launch in 2013. If an investor put in $100 every week since its launch, they would have invested a total of $51,100. According to the calculations by CryptoDCA, these investors would have made about $5.7 million by September 2023.

Source: CryptoDCA

This represents a return of about 11098.17% and a monetary gain of about $5.67 million. While it may be surprising to some, it all comes down to dollar cost averaging. Dollar-cost averaging is an investment method that reduces the risk of price fluctuations. Instead of buying into an asset at a particular price, investors make regular, timely investments in an asset. This method reduces the average cost of each share over time. This investment method is also called the constant-dollar plan.

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