2021 has become a milestone for the coin based on the Shiba Inu memes. Right before the Christmas and New Year festivities, Shiba Inu was listed as a call, put and trade option on the Australian exchange CoinJar. Founded in 2013, CoinJar is touted as one of Australia’s oldest crypto exchanges. Six more tokens, Fetch.ai, Origin Protocol, Cartesi, Orchid, Quant Network, and Audius have been added to the platform along with SHIB, as CoinJar expands its crypto offerings for people to experiment and explore.
“With hindsight, it was inevitable. SHIB is here. Starting today, you can buy, sell, send and trade Shiba Inu using your CoinJar wallet. With CoinJar Card, you can even use SHIB for last minute Christmas shopping, ”the company said in a statement. declaration. The CoinJar card is like an encrypted debit card that allows users to make purchases at any point of sale that accepts Google Pay or Apple Pay.
Over the past few months, Shiba Inu has generated a lot of hype about him in several parts of the world.
The coin, which was originally created as a joke rival of Dogecoin, became the 11th largest cryptocurrency coin by market value on October 25, WatcherGuru reported.
On December 3, Canadian online medical service provider Ask The Doctor announced that it had added $ 1.5 million (approx. Rs. 11.26 crore) in Shiba Inu tokens to its balance sheet, preparing to start accept it as a payment option from its partners.
US movie theater chain AMC Theaters is also considering accepting Shiba Inu tokens as a payment option.
Beating Bitcoin and other altcoins, the SHIB token has also become the most popular cryptocurrency on Twitter, research firm ICO Analytics claimed in a recent report.
Kraken and Bitpay are other international exchanges that have listed the Shiba Inu coin on their platforms.
At the time of writing, the price of the Shiba Inu was $ 0.00003509 (about Rs. 0.0026), according to CoinMarketCap.