• Shiba Inu, a Dogecoin competitor, has begun trading on Coinbase

  • Coinbase, the largest exchange in the United States, has just announced that Shiba Inu is now available for trading.

    The Dogecoin competitor, as reported by UILTCOIN365, was also listed on Binance U.S. earlier this week.

    Shiba Inu was supposed to be added to Coinbase Pro, the exchange’s professional arm, on June 17, along with Chiliz (CHZ) and Keep Network (KEEP). However, due to technical difficulties, the listing was then postponed indefinitely.

    On September 9, the canine coin was finally added to Coinbase Pro. The much-anticipated listing resulted in a 30% price increase.

    Shiba Inu became an overnight success story in May, riding on the coattails of the Dogecoin craze, making some of its holders multi-millionaires.

    The cryptocurrency is notable for having a one quintillion token supply. Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of Ethereum and recipient of half of the total supply from the developers, burned 410 trillion SHIB tokens in May, shortly after donating 50 trillion tokens to charity.

    SHIB is currently trading down 81 percent from its all-time high, with recent listings providing only a minor price boost.

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