A Twitter account set up to track the value of Dogecoin and important news about the coin has resurfaced today after years of inactivity.

"Tweeting for the first time in 6 years to say what the fuck," the account, called DOGE Value/News, tweeted earlier today.


Dogecoin has broken into the mainstream in recent days because of a massive surge in its price. The coin has broken back into the top 10 cryptocurrencies by market cap, having risen from $0.007 to highs of $0.078 in just a day. That's an increase of 1,000%.

The surge was initially triggered by tweets like the ones from the "Dogecoin official" channel who tweeted, "Today We Will See .05¢ All You Gotta Do Is Retweet" and the unofficial WSBChairman Twitter account (in reference to the notorious WallStreetBets subreddit) who tweeted, "Has Doge ever been to a dollar?" This comes as a number of Telegram and Discord channels have focused on pumping the coin.

Since the coin reached its high, it has dropped to $0.038 before rebounding somewhat to $0.055. OnlyFans star Mia Khalifa earlier today revealed she had invested in the coin, tweeting, "Okay I caved and bought the dog stocks lmaoooooo."

According to CoinMarketCap, Dogecoin's trading volumes have pumped as hard as its price. While yesterday's volumes were slightly above $200 million, today's volume are 10X higher, at around $2.1 billion.


The last tweet that DOGE Value/News made before going into hibernation in 2014 was, "If anyone wants some dirty code to run a bot like this, (Python 2.7) reply and I'll DM you." Someone replied today, "Is it too late?"

The Dogecoin account most recently retweeted one of his old tweets from 2014—when Dogecoin was worth just $0.00025—stating, "This is why we hold."


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