Shiba Inu, Pepe Coin, and Bonk Gain Major Listing on Indonesian Exchange

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During the current crypto market surge, Indonesian crypto exchange Pintu has revealed its intention to list three popular meme coins, including Shiba Inu. 

The platform, in an announcement on Thursday, disclosed its plans to list Shiba Inu (SHIB), Pepe Coin (PEPE), and Bonk (BONK), which is built on the Solana blockchain. 

This decision has ignited optimistic speculation within the crypto communities associated with these tokens, driven by anticipated project growth initiatives.

Pintu Adds Shiba Inu, Pepe Coin, and Bonk to Listing

Crypto trading app Pintu has officially listed Shiba (SHIB), Pepe Coin (PEPE), and Bonk (BONK), according to a post on X dated December 21. The platform had previously hinted at including Dog and Frog-themed cryptocurrencies. 

Users can trade these meme coins by updating the Pintu application to version 3.40. Pintu, a leading crypto trading platform in Indonesia, secured $113 million in a Series B round last year and raised $35 million in Series A funding in 2021.

Shiba Inu and Bonk witnessed listings on various exchanges this month, triggering significant price surges exceeding 1000%. The listing of Shiba Inu on Japanese exchanges Coincheck and DMM Bitcoin, responding to massive demand for the meme coin.

SHIB’s price experienced a 1% increase in the last 24 hours. It trades at $0.00001038, with a 24-hour low and high at $0.00001011 and $0.00001049, respectively. However, trading volume slightly decreased in the last 24 hours.

Bonk is priced at $0.0000193, reflecting a 7% increase in the last 24 hours and a notable 28% surge in a week. On the other hand, Pepe Coin saw a 1% decline in the past 24 hours, trading at $0.00000126. Both BONK and PEPE observed increased trading volumes in the last 24 hours.

Read Also: Shiba Inu at Crossroads as Big Money Swoops In: What is the Future of the Memecoin? 

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