Gemini, a popular cryptocurrency exchange, has today announced that it is rolling out support for the Shiba Inu SHIB dog-based currency Dogecoin. — Investors are hopeful that Robinhood will be the next.
One more major cryptocurrency exchange has adopted the meme cryptocurrency Shiba Inu. Gemini, a well-established crypto exchange, has now added support for seven new tokens. Meanwhile, the petition for Robinhood to list the Shiba Inu crypto has garnered more than 531K signatures and closed with a total of 14.7K comments.
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Gemini Exchange Adds Shiba Inu SHIB Support for Crypto Traders
Gemini Exchange just announced Friday that it will be adding Shiba Inu SHIB:
We are delighted to announce support for shiba inu (SHIB) as well as a range of new defi, metaverse, infrastructure, and data management tokens.
Following the announcement by Gemini, investors in Shibas are hopeful that Robinhood trade platform will be next to support SHIBES. A petition on Change.org by proponents of Shiba Inu has been started to urge Robinhood to list it as a new cryptocurrency and it already has more than 531,000 signatures on the site at the time of writing. While Robinhood didn’t say if it will or won’t list SHIB, it did say they are not in any hurry to add new coins.
Very recently, Coinbase made Shiba Inu available to New York residents early this month. They also added some SHIBA INU SHIB trading pairs. This exchange has been offering SHIB for a long time
Kraken Exchange commented that they will list the Shiba-Inu coin on Twitter if their tweet gets 2,000 likes. However, the SHIB community delivered more than 80K likes and when the company announced that they would list them on their stock exchange, they walked back on their promise.
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