Coins such as Shiba Inu (SHIB) have recently been introduced to the trading options available to Revolut’s 18 million customers via the digital banking app.
The Shiba Inu inclusion has not been confirmed by Revolut
Many people on social media are reporting that SHIB may be bought and sold on the exchange along with dozens of other cryptocurrencies. The listing was not publicized by Revolut, which is notable. A Shiba Inu dog image with the phrase “never settle” written above was all that was modified on its Twitter account page.
We inquired about Shiba Inu’s status as a crypto asset via the Revolut app and were told that it is not currently listed as a crypto asset for trade. We’ve had no reaction as of this writing.
Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin are just a few of the popular cryptocurrencies that Revolut has supported since its inception in 2017. Binance, Huobi, Coinbase, Gate.io, Uniswap, OKX, and other major controlled and decentralized crypto exchanges all have Shiba Inu for sale.
It’s time for Shiba Inu to rise from a meme coin to the top of the cryptocurrency world.
In August 2020, the SHIB token was just a joke, but by 2021, it had soared in value by more than 49,000,000%. The LEASH token, which acts as a stablecoin, and the BONE governance token give token holders the right to vote on future initiatives and projects by SHIB developers, further enhancing the legitimacy of the SHIB ecosystem. SHIB developers have also launched a decentralized exchange and introduced non-fungible tokens (NFTs). To migrate the entire Shiba Inu platform from the Ethereum network, a SHIB-based blockchain is also being constructed
“ShibArmy” is a term used to describe the group’s 2.8 million followers on the group’s official Twitter feed, who refer to themselves as “ShibArmy.”
- Shiba Inu (SHIB) has been added to the cryptocurrency holdings of digital banking service Revolut, which presently has 18 million users on its crypto exchange.
- A Shiba Inu dog image with the phrase “never settle” placed over the cover image was all that Revolut did when it changed its Twitter account’s cover image.