Shiba Inu, the second-largest canine cryptocurrency by market cap, has started trading on Binance.US, the American subsidiary of the world’s biggest crypto trading platform.
Earlier this month, the most successful Dogecoin rip-off was also listed on Coinbase Pro, which resulted in an impressive 30 percent price spike.
SHIB is currently changing hands at $0.000006786.
In May, Binance listed the Ethereum-based cryptocurrency in its innovation zone that is tailored for high-risk traders. The rival FTX exchange added support for the token around the same time.
Shiba Inu’s market cap peaked at $13.83 billion on May 10, and it is currently sitting some 80 percent below that mark.
Binance remains the key market for Shiba Inu, with the SHIB/USDT trading pair alone accounting for nearly 20 percent of the cryptocurrency’s total trading volume.
The Dogecoin copycat is also available for trading Huobi, Poloniex and some other exchanges.
The obscure cryptocurrency gained wide publicly because of its huge gains and Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin burning a staggering $6 billion worth of SHIB tokens after donating $1 billion to charity.
Despite the fact that the Shiba Inu rally ended up being just a flash in the pan, the recent listings on some of the world’s largest exchanges indicate that the meme coin is not going away (at least for now).