DigiByte (DGB) belongs to the group of altcoins that actively display the signs of revival after a protracted and tedious correction that lasted since 2018. Even a quick look at DGB's all-time chart tells of the coin's proclivity towards bullish action, which, ironically, began to emerge right after the infamous market crash of March 12-13, caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
DGB all-time chart
Prior to that, the price action of DigiByte must have bored traders to death because it had been traded in a minuscule range that was quietly chugging to the downside. But that time is now over as DGB initiated an enormous spurt to the upside which is now taking the shape of a properly fashioned minor uptrend with three lower highs, but only one higher high, with another one needed to assure traders of the market's commitment to the current bullish context.
Also, the last explosive price growth allowed DigiByte to overcompensate for the losses from last year, as the altcoin is now up 66.7% against USD, and is also in double figures against BTC and ETH - 50.6% and 85.5%, respectively.