Meme-coin PEPE has a meteoric rise to $1.8 billion then drops to $790 million 


Despite the devaluation, PEPE’s all-time low was set on April 18. Then the meme-coin recovered and gained over 500% when compared to the U.S. dollar. 

Since May 5, the gains stopped.  PEPE still boasts $804 million in daily global trade volume. And it ranks eighth among total crypto trade volumes.

There are currently 106,430 PEPE holders. The top 100 wealthiest owners of PEPE hold over 54% of the entire supply. And the top ten wallets hold 34.07% of all existing PEPE tokens.

There are also five exchanges, including Binance and Okx, that own big caches of PEPE.

The meme coin market has been trailing a downward with the broader crypto economy for weeks. 

This week the meme-coin sector has shed 7% of its value. DOGE, SHIB, PEPE, FLOKI, and BABYDOGE have all experienced declines. 

Meme token turbo (TURBO), Tamadoge (TAMA), and shih tzu (SHIH) have all increased against the value of the dollar by 43.1%, 18%, and 13% respectively.