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Tuesday marked a milestone for Dogecoin as it witnessed a remarkable 10% surge, its most substantial single-day gain since April 3, as reported by Binance and corroborated by data tracked through the charting platform TradingView.
Over the past fortnight, the popular cryptocurrency has soared by an impressive 25%, with speculations swirling around its potential integration as a payment mechanism on the newly rebranded Twitter platform.
Crypto’s Standout Performer
As the overall crypto market enters the anticipated summer lull, experts predict that DOGE could stand out as the leading performer during this period, outshining other crypto contenders. Markus Thielen, the esteemed head of research and strategy at Matrixport, attributes DOGE’s recent momentum to Elon Musk‘s involvement in reimagining Twitter.
This optimistic sentiment resonates in the perpetual futures market linked to DOGE, where the notional open interest – representing the dollar value locked in active perpetual futures contracts – has surged past $500 million for the first time since April 19, according to data from Coinglass.
Astoundingly, this figure has more than doubled in just a fortnight, indicating a considerable influx of fresh capital into the market and bolstering the perception of an ongoing uptrend. The open interest in DOGE terms now stands at an impressive 6.2 billion, coming close to the peak of 6.43 billion observed on April 8.
A Balancing Act
Despite the overwhelmingly positive momentum, recent data reveals that open interest weighted-funding rates have declined to zero, indicating a delicate equilibrium between bullish long and bearish short positions at the time of reporting.
While DOGE’s performance in the market has been nothing short of impressive recently, some experts speculate that the cryptocurrency may enter a period of consolidation before continuing its bullish trend. Funding rates, which indicate the costs associated with holding long or short positions, currently show a mix of long and short positions, adding an element of uncertainty to its future trajectory.