Elon Musk doubles down on Dogecoin and Shiba Inus as prices surge

Shiba Inu and Dogecoin, the crypto market's two greatest "image coins," are soaring today. At the hour of composing, Shiba Inu, or SHIB, was up 28.2% in the beyond 24 hours while Dogecoin bounced by 13%.  

The move follows remarks by Tesla SpaceX CEO Elon Musk today at Qatar Economic Forum in Doha in which he repeated his help for DOGE.

The cost of Dogecoin — which is recorded as DOGE — remained at $0.06751. It is the tenth greatest digital currency (once more) with a market cap of $8.9 billion. Simply last week, it remained in the eleventh position.

Shiba Inu was exchanging for $0.00001048. The ERC-20 token (a cryptographic money which runs on the Ethereum organization) is a Dogecoin contender and the fourteenth greatest computerized resource by market cap — remaining at $5.7 billion.

Both cryptographic forms of money, which don't actually have a lot of utility, are exceptionally unstable. 

The present cost activity probably has something to do with Musk, who has a propensity for siphoning Dogecoin with his tweets and remarks. Today, Musk multiplied down on his help of DOGE in a meeting with Bloomberg.

"I expect to by and by help Dogecoin, on the grounds that I simply know a many individuals who are not that rich who have urged me to purchase and support Dogecoin — so I'm answering those individuals," he said.