Jesus Coin is a cryptocut-joke. Interestingly, he has a whitepaper. If you want to laugh, you can look at it. It does not seem to have any other purpose than to become famous with its name and its madness.
Jesus Coin is a speculative instrument, no value or practical application behind it. I should end my comment on this. However, the cryptocurrency world saw many projects that were created for "eggs" and survived. The crown of this example is Dogecoin. During the bubble this type of coin can be pumped, e.g. due to Easter.
You should treat Jesus Coin, however, only in the category of trivia for speculators. Be careful with this type of "inventions" not to lose money. They can disappear from the stock markets at any time, along with the funds we have invested in them. The same applies to hundreds of other coins and tokens, the existence of which is not supported by any intention, are not related to any real-purpose project. They do not have to have a funny name to be worth as much as they probably did for the Jesus Coin joke.