Throughout discussions concerning the value of the assets, there has traditionally been a healthy competition between the Dogecoin and Shiba Inu groups. However, as per IntoTheBlock statistics, the two assets are currently producing the very same earnings for investors.
Shiba Inu’s correction resulted in a 54% profit
According to Shiba Inu’s In/Out of the Money signal, about half of investors are now either dropping money or drawing even on SHIB. Nearly every single entrance into the dog-based crypto wound up in gain as the token revised its ATH hour after hour throughout the asset’s mind-boggling 1,000 percent gain.
However, after reaching an all-time high in October, the asset refused to exhibit any indications of rebound and wound up in a three-month drop prior to approaching the rangebound that we are currently seeing. With the market’s inevitable downturn, practically all SHIB holders have entered the “unprofitable” zone, with 37 percent of holdings on the market opening at a higher price.
Investors in Dogecoin are hoping for a rebound
In comparison to Shiba Inu, the previous time Dogecoin demonstrated upward market activity was in May when the currency had a 937 percent surge, which was consistently driven by Elon Musk.
As of today, just 54% of Dogecoin holders have profited in the previous month. While Elon Musk stated that Tesla will yet again recognize Doge as a payment asset, Dogecoin enjoyed something resembling a recovery. At some time after the news, the DOGE price increased by 40%.