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Meanwhile, an expert has warned about the risks of doing so. Since then the coin has risen sharply in value as cryptocurrencies in general have grown in popularity, and thanks to support from influential figures such as Elon Musk. In the last 24 hours alone, DOGE has risen in value by over percent, and percent over the past seven days. He concluded the video with: "Clearly the volatility is very high, so I am not a financial advisor, this is not financial advice—purely entertainment.
He had purchased just over five million of the tokens. Newsweek was not given direct access to the investor's Robinhood account and was therefore unable to verify what was shown in the screenshots and video. The investor first shared the news he had become a millionaire in a Reddit post on Thursday. It gained nearly 70, upvotes on the website. He told Newsweek : "I feel absolutely incredible right now.
I grew up very poor, I don't come from money so I've worked dead-end jobs throughout my life to make ends meet. I also own a super beat-up Toyota Corolla that has over K miles on it and completely falling apart. He first started investing in the stock market years ago, incrementally putting bits of his paycheck into shares he thought were undervalued. He also said the rallies on GameStop shares earlier this year following investment by Reddit users influenced his outlook.
The rest is history. For now, the investor said he does not want to sell his Dogecoin though he could if he wanted. Newsweek has contacted Robinhood, the trading platform the investor used, to confirm whether it is possible for users to withdraw cryptocurrency for traditional money. Instead, he will hold his investment for at least a year to avoid paying short-term capital gains tax and pay the cheaper long-term tax instead.
For one, he loved the Reddit community surrounding the digital coin, as its base had grown substantially since dogecoin's creation as a joke in He also appreciated that it was inspired by the Shiba Inu "Doge" meme, he says. And like many holders of dogecoin , "a reason why I put my savings into dogecoin is Elon Musk," who has repeatedly tweeted about the cryptocurrency. Though it's unclear if Musk's tweets in support of the coin have been serious, "I think the guy is a genius," Contessoto says.
Above all, Contessoto is very bullish on dogecoin's growth, and thought that it could help him build "generational wealth" to pass on to his future family. Contessoto who works at a music company in Los Angeles says he didn't have disposable income to buy dogecoin, so he took a huge risk. Contessoto not only used all his savings, but he also sold all the stock he owned, including shares of Tesla and Uber, and invested on margin by borrowing money from Robinhood via the app, he says.
Buying on margin can be very risky, as investors are using borrowed money to trade. If the investor experiences any losses and couldn't repay the amount loaned on margin immediately, they'd need to pay back interest as well.
Experts are similarly very skeptical of dogecoin , which they say is highly speculative and a so-called meme trade based on social media buzz. They warn that investors could get burned. In addition, dogecoin does not have a supply cap like bitcoin does, all of this making it a much more risky investment, according to experts. About two months later, on the night of April 15 , the price of dogecoin began to surge. Dogecoin ultimately reached a record high of around 45 cents.
Some speculate that the rally was a result of cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase going public on April 14 , which also drove an increase in the prices of bitcoin and ether.