The ongoing resurgence in crypto prices has spurred Shiba Inu to rise by 16% after rumors emerged that the meme coin could be listed on Robinhood next month.
Business news reporting Twitter account ZeroHedge said, “Shiba Inu Robinhood listing said to come as early as Feb,” however, there’s been no confirmation from the investment firm.
A couple of days ago, Mexican crypto exchange Bitso listed the meme coin on its platform.
🎉¡Bienvenida Shiba Inu ($SHIB) A @Bitso !🎉 @Shibtoken es el token con nombre de raza de perro japonesa 🐕 que fue lanzada en Agosto de 2020 y compite por un lugar entre el top 10 de las criptos con mayor market cap 📊
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— Bitso (@Bitso) January 11, 2022
The Dogecoin killer, as it is fondly called, traded for $0.00003 at the early hours of Thursday to rank amongst the highest gaining tokens in the last 24 hours. Shiba Inu suffered a brief sell-off, but the token has since bounced back to trade to trade at 0.000031 as at press time.