SHIBArmy Finally Gets Long-Awaited Robinhood Listing

Beginning Tuesday morning, users can purchase the Ethereum-based SHIB token on the e-trading platform


In the world of cryptocurrency, there are many different trading platforms that allow users to buy and sell various digital assets. Among these platforms is Robinhood (NASDAQ: HOOD), which has become a popular choice for those looking to invest in cryptocurrency without having to pay commission fees.

Until recently, however, Robinhood did not offer Shiba Inu (SHIB) – one of the most popular cryptocurrencies on the market – for trading. This caused many Shiba Inu fanatics — the meme coin has developed a die-hard “SHIBArmy” fanbase — to petition the platform, and some even threatened to leave Robinhood if SHIB was not added.

Even more importantly, last year a petition to list Shiba Inu on Robinhood received more than 500K signatures.

After months of waiting, Robinhood has finally revealed that the popular meme coin will be listed on the platform. In fact, the e-trading platform made the announcement on Twitter.

Following the news, the number of SHIB investors increased significantly. In fact, Finbolds reports that on April 12, the token saw more than $1.2 billion flow into its current $14 billion market cap in less than an hour.

Shiba Inu has been added to the list of tradable cryptocurrencies alongside Solana (SOL), Polygon (MATIC), and Compound’s (COMP), bringing the total number of available cryptocurrencies on the e-platform to 11.

This news comes just days after Robinhood rolled out crypto wallets for 2 million users who can now move crypto assets to and from the commission-free investing app.

Price Action

SHIB is currently trading at $0.0000253, gaining 9% over the previous 24 hours. The coin printed an intraday high of $0.00002977.

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