A running list of companies whose market cap is topped by Dogecoin’s

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The ‘joke’ cryptocurrency continues to grow.

Dogecoin is back on investors’ radar Wednesday, as prices rally following word that [hotlin ignore=”true”]Coinbase[/hotlink] Pro will start letting users trade the cryptocurrency beginning on Thursday.

Once considered a joke, the digital currency was up 33% in midday trading to nearly 42 cents. But perhaps even more impressive was the latest update on its market cap. Dogecoin now has a market value of roughly $54 billion dollars, a phenomenal level that puts it alongside some of the biggest companies in the world. In fact, it puts the cryptocurrency well above many of them.

Ten thousand new Dogecoins are programmed to be issued every minute for the rest of eternity, meaning the market cap could conceivably continue to rise. It’s a cryptocurrency that’s meant to always get cheaper, but has been on a steady rise this year (up 8,600%), creating a bevy of new millionaires. Even the creator of the coin is flummoxed by its rise.



That’s not stopping it from dwarfing some very familiar names, though. Here are some of the blue-chip companies that have seen Dogecoin blow past their market caps so far.

All market cap data is as of 11:45 a.m. ET on June 2.

Philips (PHG) – Market cap: $50.74 billion

DoorDash (DASH) – Market cap: $48.53 billion

Dollar General (DG) – Market cap: $47.56 billion

Marriott International (MAR) – Market cap: $46.96 billion

American Insurance Group (AIG) – Market cap: $45.82 billion

Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) – Market cap: $45.72 billion

Twitter (TWTR) – Market cap: $45.67 billion

Kimberly-Clark (KMB) – Market cap: $44.11 billion

T Rowe Price (TROW) – Market cap: $43.52 billion

eBay (EBAY) – Market cap: $42.34 billion

Allstate (ALL) – Market cap: $41.25 billion

Ferrari (RACE) – Market cap: $40.02 billion

Aflac (AFL) – Market cap: $38.81 billion

General Mills (GIS) – Market cap: $38.45 billion

Corning (GLW) – Market cap: $36.68 billion

Southwest Airlines (LUV) – Market cap: $36.26 billion

Hilton Worldwide (HLT) – Market cap: $35 billion

D.R. Horton (DHI) – Market cap: $33.86 billion

Deutsche Bank (DB) – Market cap: $31.55 billion

Delta Air Lines (DAL) – Market cap: $30.60 billion

Best Buy (BBY) – Market cap: $29.6 billion

Kroger (KR) – Market cap: $28.22 billion

ViacomCBS (VIACA) – Market cap: $27.38 billion

Slack (WORK) – Market cap: $25.54 billion

Caesars Entertainment (CZR) – Market cap: $22.75 billion

Kellogg’s (K) – Market cap: $22.37 billion

Hewlett Packard (HPE) – Market cap: $20.8 billion



United Airlines (UAL) – Market cap: $19.47 billion

AMC Entertainment (AMC) – Market cap: $19.45 billion

GameStop (GME) – Market cap: $18.27 billion

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