• Floki Inu (FLOKI) signs a petition to be listed on Binance and Coinbase

  • As the meme coin community grows, the Floki Inu token is causing quite a stir in the crypto world, and it is currently one of the most talked-about meme tokens. The Floki Inu community is currently working on a petition to be listed on Binance.

    Binance is the largest cryptocurrency exchange platform, and Floki Inu (FLOKI/USD) listing could have a significant impact on trading volumes and prices.

    Petitions for Floki Inu Binance will be listed.

    The Floki Inu community started a petition on Change.org, which has since received over 14,000 signatures. The meme coin is one of the newest on the market, with a market cap of $2.6 billion in just four months, and it now ranks among the top 70 cryptocurrencies in terms of market capitalization.

    This growth is cited in the petition as one of the reasons Binance should list the token. Furthermore, the petition stated that Floki Inu now has over 310,000 holders and a trading volume of $280 million, despite not being listed on any of the major exchanges.

    Another petition to be listed on Coinbase is being circulated by the Floki Inu community. This petition has received approximately 30,000 signatures.

    Marketing strategies used by Floki Inu

    Floki Inu also claims to have invested in “super aggressive marketing campaigns around the world.” According to the community, the marketing campaigns have increased the meme coin’s popularity beyond that of some of the largest coins by market cap.

    Floki Inu’s most recent marketing campaign was conducted on the London public transportation system. The token ran an advertisement that read, “Missed Doge? “Find Floki.” However, the ad was not well received by the London Transport Authority, which has since ordered a crackdown on cryptocurrency advertisements.

    The authority removed the Floki Inu advertisement and stated that similar advertisements would not be permitted in public places in the future. According to the authority, promoting unregulated financial assets may cause investors who are less informed to lose money due to the risky nature of the market.

    The Floki Inu team, on the other hand, condemned the London ad crackdown, calling it a “attack against cryptocurrency and against people’s freedom of choice.”

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