WhiteBIT exchange welcomes Shiba Inu

At the time of writing, SHIB’s price has risen in lockstep with other major coins, including DOGE, as the global cryptocurrency market value grew 2.58 percent to $2.22 trillion.

SHIBA INU (CRYPTO: SHIB) rose 71.91 percent in the 24 hours leading up to too early Wednesday. The coin has increased by 209.35 percent over a seven-day trailing period.

SHIB has gained 67.15 percent and 69.36 percent against the major cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Ethereum in the previous 24 hours. In the last 30 days, the self-described Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) killer has risen 203.25 percent, and 176.74 percent in the last 90 days. SHIB hit an all-time high of $0.0000388 in May.

SHIB’s price had surged in lockstep with other major coins, including DOGE, as the global cryptocurrency market value increased 2.58 percent to $2.22 trillion at the time of publication.

WhiteBIT and Shiba Inu

SHIB generated a lot of buzz on Twitter. At press time, the coin was mentioned in 4,862 tweets, making it the second most-discussed cryptocurrency on Twitter after BTC, according to Cointrendz statistics.

Individual investors showed a lot of interest in SHIB on Stocktwits and Coingecko. SHIB will be listed on October 7th, according to WhiteBIT, a cryptocurrency exchange.

After previously being listed on Coinbase Pro, SHIB was listed on Coinbase Global Inc’s (NASDAQ:COIN) platform last month. Following Robinhood Markets Inc’s (NASDAQ:HOOD) release of cryptocurrency wallets, there has been increased interest in SHIB’s listing on the latter.

According to Melanie Schaffer of Benzinga, SHIB traded with a daily volume of 14.4 million on Tuesday, compared to a 10-day average of 2.55 million. According to Schaffer, Shiba’s relative strength index was near 89 percent on Tuesday, putting it in the overweight zone.

Written by IOI

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