Shiba Inu (SHIB) has been showing increased activity over the past few weeks, and its popularity is growing again. And against this background, its supporters are signing a petition in which they ask the Robinhood platform to host it.
The petition, titled “Robinhood’s Request to List Shiba Inu Coin,” has collected over 241,600 signatures and is expected to receive 300,000. It mentions that Robinhood has already posted Dogecoin, a competing cryptocurrency.
While the cryptocurrency community is rallying for the listing of Shiba Inu, Robinhood is responding to another call: to introduce wallets through which you can move your funds in the chain. Robinhood has already started beta testing these wallets and over a million users have signed up to their waiting list.
We heard you.
Join the waitlist now: https://t.co/FOplKtsdul pic.twitter.com/drZpggGyZJ
— Robinhood (@RobinhoodApp) September 22, 2021
The listing of Dogecoin at Robinhood was very positive for the company, and thanks to this, profits increased several times due to the hype around Doge. As a reminder, SHIB has already been listed on many marketplaces, including Binance and Coinbase. Last week, the number of token holders on the network exceeded 700,000 users.
However, Shiba Inu is unlikely to be listed on the platform as Robinhood has been considering such petitions for an excessively long time. In addition, Shiba Inu still lacks a fundamental foundation and is entirely based on the activity of its community.
At the same time, such meme assets are popular among a certain category of users, for whom they are perceived as something outstanding and interesting. For them, Shiba Inu is not just a unique asset, but also fun, not boring, unlike ETH. Perhaps that is why Shiba Inu is still famous and has not disappeared like many other assets, joining the ranks of the so-called shitcoins, of which there are more and more.
Even if Robinhood refuses to issue a coin to its listing, it is unlikely that this will cause a rapid drop in the value of the asset, and the number of its supporters will not decrease.
As long as Shiba Inu remains such an unusual asset, its popularity will be kept high.
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