Due to the anticipated release of Layer 2 Shibarium, Bone ShibaSwap (BONE) is recording its second big exchange listing in less than two days.
This time, the listing of BONE was announced by XT.com, a Hong Kong-based exchange with a Seychelles registration. Along with four other alternative currencies, Bone ShibaSwap was listed. While trading and deposits were made possible on February 3, BONE withdrawals won’t be possible until February 4 at 7 a.m. UTC.
With support for over 500 cryptocurrencies and 800 trading pairings, XT.com bills itself as the first socially integrated cryptocurrency exchange in the world. BONE made its debut on a significant futures exchange this week. BONE’s listing was announced on February 2 by Bitget, a significant cryptocurrency derivatives market situated in Singapore.
The crypto derivatives trading platform announced a promotion that will run from February 2 through February 12 and give users who deposit BONE a 5% cashback bonus up to $2,000 in BONE as a reward. Additionally, it promised awards for referrals and for individuals who reach a $100 trading volume of BONE/USDT.
The Shiba Inu community has started a change.org petition asking Binance, a leading cryptocurrency market, to include BONE.
Shiba Inu fares Better Than BTC
According to David Gokhshtein, once SHIB starts to move, the other top meme coins will soon follow suit. Floki Inu (FLOKI) and Baby Doge Coin are two additional popular meme coins that are comparable in popularity to SHIB (BabyDoge). Thus, he has declared his support for the second-largest canine cryptocurrency in a string of recent tweets.
David Gokhshtein, the creator of Gokhshtein and a former congressional candidate who later grew interested in cryptocurrencies, recently tweeted his support for Shiba Inu. He stated that the expansion of SHIB, which began earlier today, is responsible for the price increases of all other significant canine coins.
Additionally, he reminded his army of supporters that Shiba Inu has had greater growth than Bitcoin since the beginning of the month. The cost of a Shiba Inu has jumped by almost 35% in February. The rise of Bitcoin was 5.43%. Stop making fun of SHIB, he added.