A major cryptocurrency exchange now supports the meme currency shiba Inu. Gemini, along with a handful of new data management and defi tokens, has started supporting SHIB. Robinhood has already received over 531K signatures for its petition to include the shiba-inu crypto in their list.
Shiba Inu Shiba (SHIB), Now Supported by Gemini
Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange announced Friday that it supports the meme cryptocurrency Shiba Inu (SHIB). According to the company,
We are thrilled to announce that we support shiba inu, (SHIB), and a variety of new metaverse, infrastructure, data management, and defi tokens.
The exchange detailed: “shiba inu (SHIB), audius (AUDIO), mask network (MASK), wrapped centrifuge (WCFG), quant (QNT), radicle (RAD), burn (ASH), superrare (RARE), fetch.ai (FET), and numeraire (NMR) are now supported for deposits and custody on Gemini.”
They also acquired:
These tokens are believed to be of value to users. We will support defi and the budding metaverse as well as decentralized infrastructure and data management environments.
Following Gemini’s announcement, Shiba inu investors are hopeful that the trading platform Robinhood will be next to support SHIB. Robinhood should list the shiba-inu meme cryptocurrency, according to petitioners on Change.org. Robinhood discussed recently its coin listing strategy. It indicated it was not in a hurry to add more coins to its platform. However, it didn’t say whether or not it will list SHIB.
Coinbase added SHIB trading pairs and made shiba iu available for New Yorkers in the beginning of this month. Since several months, the Nasdaq-listed cryptocurrency exchange offers SHIB through its platform.
However, crypto exchange Kraken stated on Twitter that it will list the Shiba Inu token if it gets 2K likes. The company, however, reneged on their promise to SHIB after the SHIB Community received more than 80K Likes.
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