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Elon Musk's post makes meme currency soar 94%

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  • Elon Musk published a post that caused the price of a meme coin to skyrocket
  • Musk posted a birthday celebration for his pet dog, Marvin
  • After publication, the price of cryptocurrency Marvin Inu (MARVIN) soared to 94%
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The billionaire and cryptocurrency enthusiast, Elon Musk, published a post on application coin meme fire recently.

Musk posted a birthday celebration for his pet dog, Marvin. Just as his other dog, Floki, inspired the meme cryptocurrencies Shiba Inu (SHIB) and Floki (FLOKI), Marvin also inspired other meme coins, such as Marvin Inu (MARVIN), Elon's Marvin, MarvinInu and Floki Marvin.


After the billionaire's publication, the price of the cryptocurrency Marvin Inu (MARVIN) soared by 94%, trading at the level of $0,0000014.

At the time of publication, the price of Marvin Inu was listed at US$0,00000113, up 98.5% in the last 24 hours. The current price is 7.867,95% higher than the meme coin's minimum price, which was reached on July 9 of this year.

The meme cryptocurrency Marvin Inu had a trading volume of $535.545 in the last 24 hours. In an impressive performance, MARVIN has recorded a price increase of 92.7% in the last seven days.

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It is worth remembering that, with Bitcoin surpassing the US$34 thousand mark recently, the crIPtocurrencies known as 'Meme Coins' are also showing significant gains. Among them, three stood out: The Pepe cryptocurrency, also known as PEPE20; Pangolin (PNG); The BOB cryptocurrency.

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