Shiba Inu token getting support from Mexican crypto exchange Bitso and Rumours

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Bitso exchange added support for the popular Dogecoin rival meme coin Shiba in the token.

Shiba Inu is a popular meme coin in this crypto industry. After Dogecoin, this is the Shiba Inu meme coin, which is standing strongly at the rank of 13th in this space. Right now the project team of Shiba Inu is doing its best to turn the Shiba Inu meme project into something flagship-like asset. 

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The biggest Mexican crypto exchange listed Shiba in tokens. However, the listing of Shiba Inu on the Mexican exchange didn’t impacted the price much but another factor added a better boost for the Shiba Inu to pump.

Rumors of Shiba Inu listing on Robinhood exchange 

Business news handle ZeroHedge tweet noted that “SHIBA INU ROBINHOOD LISTING SAID TO COME AS EARLY IN FEB…this is about 6 months too late”. 

This tweet appeared in the notification of many Shiba Inu lovers. And this acted as a catalyst that Shiba Inu will get support from the Robinhood exchange. 

Because of this rumour, the price of Shiba Inu touched $0.00003 ( which was 16% over the last 24 hours as per Asian hours). 

In this situation, the price of the Shiba Inu coin is down by 62% from its all-time high of $0.00008.

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Shiba inu prices surged after rumours of a Robinhood listing did the rounds on social media. (TradingView)

On this Rumours, Robinhood exchange didn’t responded but before this  Vlad Tenev, CEO of Robinhood exchange denied adding support for Shiba Inu coin. Tenev said that security is a priority of the users. 

“It goes back to safety first, right. So we’re not generally going to be the first to add any new asset. We want to make sure that it goes through a stringent set of criteria,”

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