Leading U.S. Cryptocurrency Exchange Lists Shiba Inu With USD-SHIB Trading Pair

Shiba Inu

Shiba Inu, the second biggest memecoin, is the latest asset to join Bittrex, a top cryptocurrency exchange platform in the United States. The exchange protocol known for its advanced security can now allow users to trade SHIB tokens against US dollars.

The crypto platform made this announcement on Twitter, informing the community that the SHIB wallet is now open for deposits, and trading is ongoing.

About Bittrex

Bittrex Global is one of the leading crypto exchanges in terms of trading volume after it was established in 2014. The Seattle-based exchange has a daily trading volume of over $300 million.

Additionally, Bittrex customers from all around the globe can enjoy trading more than 100 tokens with over 200 trading pairs on the platform with meagre trading fees. 

The exchange is also famous for providing unmatched security to its clients with the fastest transactions available for its customers while supporting new and established blockchains.

Related: Hyosung America is set to offer Bitcoin, Shiba Inu, and other cryptocurrencies across its 175,000 ATMs.

Shiba Inu On The Rise

The second biggest memecoin has continued to thrive despite the challenges of other prominent digital assets. It is no surprise because the SHIB developers consistently work to ensure that the dogecoin killer remains relevant in the crypto market.

Recently, the SHIB team announced that a new token would be launched on the ecosystem shortly. The anticipated TREAT token will replace BONE as ShibaSwap Rewards after the SHIB Army voted to stop the mining of BONE.

According to CoinMarketCap, the 14th-ranked token is trading at $0.000010 with a value increase of 6.07% and 0.06% in the past 24 hours and seven days, respectively.

Read More: Shiba Inu Token, BONE, Goes Live on Canadian Crypto Exchange 

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