Dogecoin jumps 40% as traders go long DOGE, short SHIB
DOGE spiked to over $0.33 from under $0.23 last night, while Shiba Inu dropped to $0.00005 from last night’s $0.00008 high. The latter even slipped above Dogecoin with a $36 billion market cap for a few hours, above Dogecoin’s $31 billion marketcap.
Over $36 billion of SHIB traded yesterday, surpassed only by Bitcoin’s $45 billion and Tether’s $75 billion. It become the second-most traded asset yesterday, ahead of top dogs like Ethereum and Solana.
Meanwhile, top traders seemed to be playing out the short Shiba Inu, long Dogecoin trade. These included the likes of Su Zhu, CEO of crypto trading firm Three Arrows Capital: “88e-6 $shib touched. rotatooor to .88 $doge now?,” he stated on Twitter.
88e-6 $shib touched
— Zhu Su (@zhusu) October 28, 2021
GCR, an anonymous trader ranked among the biggest traders by volume and profits on crypto exchange FTX, cautioned about the trade playing out in a tweet earlier this week.
i do not believe shib will be able to flip doge on any meaningful timeframe [could happen on a wick, or very short burst]
as the marketcaps converge, an obvious trade will unfold before you
— GCR (@GiganticRebirth) October 26, 2021
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