Ethereum has been flirting with the US$4,000 level over the weekend, just a week after soaring over US$3,000, while Dogecoin has been on a wild ride in the past 24 hours.

At 11am AEST, the ultimate meme coin was trading at US55.5c — down 15.9 per cent from 24 hours ago, but significantly up from the low of US44c it sunk to late yesterday in the hours after Elon Musk’s Saturday Night performance.

During one skit the Telsa Motors CEO agreed the coin was a “hustle” but then pumped his fist and yelled, “to the mooooon!”

This morning, Musk seemed determined to send it there, posting a new tweet

Dogecoin jumped from US56c to 58c immediately after the tweet was issued, before settling back down before lunchtime.


Ether on fire

Meanwhile Ethereum was changing hands at US$3,893 ($4,956), up 1.2 per cent from Sunday and 30.7 per cent from a week ago.

Yesterday evening it an all-time high of US$3,977 before retreating.

Bitcoin has been flat, trading at US$58,100 ($73,950) at 11am AEST on Monday, up just 0.3 per cent from yesterday and only 2.4 per cent from a week ago.

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Other top 100 assets to hit an all-time high recently include Venus, Fantom, Telcoin, Litecoin, Chainlink, FTX Token, Huboi BTC, Binance Coin, Huobi Token and GateToken this morning; Cardano (ADA), Leo Token, STETH, Polygon (MATIC), cETH, Nexo and Horizen yesterday; and Tezos, Cosmos (ATOM), Amp and Decentraland on Saturday.