Bitstamp had earlier mentioned that it will be listing Shiba Inu [SHIB] on its exchange portal. Along with the ‘dogecoin killer’, Bitstamp is also listing DYDX, GALA, and Perpetual Protocol (PERP) cryptocurrencies.
As the wait continued for Bitstamp to list Shiba Inu, the investors of the famous meme coin grew curious. The exchange has been experiencing a lot of technical difficulties while integrating SHIB on their portal, but they seem to be redressing the issue.
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Bitstamp has reassured its traders that the meme coin will be listed on their portal, but it might take a while. The exchange portal has taken to Twitter to announce that the asset will be enlisted in the coming year, 2022.
Shiba Inu being listed on Bitstamp has a hefty impact as SHIB accomplished this feature in less than two years of its initiation. Bitstamp isn’t just another trading platform in the market, it is the most trusted and user-friendly application that European investors rely on. Bitstamp is the largest exchange in Europe and claims to have 4.4 billion users all over the world.
The fans of this meme coin, who call themselves the ‘SHIBARMY’ have expressed their gratitude with a tweet
“Thank you for the update, #SHIBARMY truly appreciate you support”
Shiba Inu coin was created in the year 2020, anonymously. The altcoin rapidly gained speed and value as a swarm of investors were drawn by the appealing charm of the coin. The new listing has created a rampage of excitement amongst the Shiba Inu community and has created hope for many more first-time investors.
Many other exchanges are looking to list this meme coin as it gains more value by the minute. At the time of writing, Shiba Inu was priced at $0.0000338 and had taken a plunge by 0.42% in the last 24 hours.