As per the cryptocurrency exchange Bitstamp’s announcement, trading Shiba Inu (SHIB) tokens is now possible in the United States. After the biggest European exchange began offering SHIB trading in other markets, this happened.
American users of Bitstamp will be able to exchange the well-known meme cryptocurrency for dollars and euros. Early in June, Shiba Inu was finally made tradable on the major European cryptocurrency platform.
The listing was first disclosed by the well-known trading platform in December. Fans of SHIB, however, had to wait half a year before they could trade their preferred cryptocurrency on Bitstamp due to technical issues.
Trillions of Shiba Inu swapped in the last 24 hours
11 trillion SHIB or 11,182,405,061,512 SHIB have been swapped in the last day, according to data from CoinMarketCap. After momentarily dipping to the $0.0000099 level, Shiba Inu (SHIB) has recaptured the $0.000010 level.
Shiba Inu was showing a slight boost at the time of publication, rising 5% to $0.0000105. The SHIB price dropped down to trade below this crucial level once more after hitting highs of $0.00001058 on Oct. 26 after a four-day upward trend.
On October 24, sellers drove SHIB to a low of $0.0000985. Shiba Inu is trying to establish a base at the $0.00000985 price level after prices failed to fall below it for the second day in a row today.
Before the next move, there may be range trading, since the RSI has flattened below the midway. According to CoinMarketCap data, the prices of the Shiba Inu ecosystem tokens BONE and LEASH have also seen slight gains in the last day.
Despite being down 88% from its peak, SHIB still draws a sizable number of investors. Shiba Inu currently has 1,230,068 holders, according to cryptocurrency data tracker WhaleStats, indicating that the number of SHIB holders has increased recently.
Since the beginning of 2022, the percentage of Shiba Inu “hodlers,” or addresses that have owned SHIB for more than a year, has increased from less than 4% to over 37% of holders.
37% of SHIB holders have held their SHIB for more than a year, 60% have held for less than a year, and 3% have held onto their tokens for less than a month, per IntoTheBlock’s data on holder composition by time held.