Istanbul-based crypto exchange Paribu has listed Shiba Inu ($SHIB), thereby helping the meme-based cryptocurrency to surge to a new all-time high price.
This is how Coinbase described the $SHIB token when it announced on June 15 that it was listing the extremely popular cryptocurrency on Coinbase Pro:
“Shiba Inu (SHIB) is a token that aspires to be an Ethereum-based alternative to Dogecoin (DOGE), the popular memecoin. Unlike Bitcoin, which is designed to be scarce, SHIB is intentionally abundant — with a circulating supply of one quadrillion. The Shiba Inu Token ecosystem supports projects such as an NFT art incubator and the development of a decentralized exchange called Shibaswap.“
However, as one $SHIB HODLer pointed out on October 22, $SHIB is more than just another meme-based cryptocurrency:
$SHIB is a meme coin with a functional DEX, staking and liquidity pools, NFT marketplace, upcoming layer 2 blockchain shibarium and many more planned utilities. 🐶#SHIBARMY #Crypto https://t.co/ljk4WhtZMm
— Shib Keeper (@shib_keeper) October 22, 2021
Anyway, here is how the Shib Inu team announced the Paribu news on Twitter yesterday (October 26):
The #ShibArmy community has a very strong presence in #Turkey. That’s why we are happy to know that an important exchange is offering trading alternatives for our $SHIB holders there!
— Shib (@Shibtoken) October 26, 2021
Paribu, which was launched on 14 February 2017, is one of Turkey’s most popular crypto exchanges, and it has around five million users.
In a blog post published yesterday, “Turkey’s highest-volume cryptocurrency trading platform” (“with an average daily transaction volume of 600 million dollars”) announced that it had listed Shiba Inu.
Screenshot From Landing Page of Paribu (As of 7:15 a.m. UTC on 27 Oct 2021)
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