Cryptocurrencies rose above $2 trillion over the weekend of August 13 for the first time since May.
Bitcoin, which accounts for over half of the entire crypto market capitalization, was hugely responsible for the rise.
Bitcoin rose over $48,000 per coin over the weekend. However, the price of other cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum, Cardano, Ripple, and Dogecoin also rose.
"Goodnight all my fellow Dogecoin holders. We had one hell of a weekend with doge and it’s only the beginning!," he tweeted on Sunday evening.
Dogecoin has lost significant value ever since it spiked around 70 cents per coin in May. Currently, the price of Dogecoin is hovering around 33 cents per coin.
On Sunday, the retail giant posted an advertisement for the position of “Digital Currency & Product Lead.”
"As an expert in Digital Currencies/Cryptocurrency and Blockchain related technologies, you will drive the vision for the product and capabilities roadmap. You will provide the leadership to identify technology and customer trends and the investments needed to build on those trends," the job posting read.