Shiba Inu ($SHIB) is now available on a trading app with over a million users.

Shiba Inu ($SHIB), a meme-inspired cryptocurrency, has been featured on Public, a popular training app with over one million active users that offers both cryptocurrencies and stocks. The trading software introduced cryptocurrencies to its platform earlier this month, according to Business Insider, with a limited range of coins, including BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC, ADA, and others. Dogecoin (DOGE), a meme-inspired cryptocurrency, is also featured on the marketplace.


Shiba Inu has been included following a stellar performance that propelled it to the position of 11th most valuable cryptocurrency by market value. The cryptocurrency's trading volume topped that of Ethereum during a time of significant volatility, which was punctuated by Tesla CEO Elon Musk declaring that he did not possess any SHIB.

A Public spokeswoman said that the program contains volatility warnings for cryptocurrency investors, saying:

Because cryptocurrency prices may be volatile in the near term and follow different patterns than stock market instruments, Public will include Volatility Reminders on crypto pages to help investors make informed selections.


Apex Crypto holds the cryptoassets exchanged on Public, and the trading platform already has over one million active users. It began as a social investment app in September 2019, but it swiftly rose to a market value of $1.2 billion.

Shina Inu proclaims itself the "Dogecoin Killer" and has two more tokens named "BONE" and "LEASH" that are listed on its own decentralized market ShibaSwap. The cryptocurrency, which has a one-quadrillion-unit supply, was established by a pseudonymous person known only as "Ryoshi," and half of it is held on the decentralized market Uniswap.

Apex Crypto holds the cryptoassets exchanged on Public, and the trading platform already has over one million active users. It began as a social investment app in September 2019, but it swiftly rose to a market value of $1.2 billion.

Shina Inu proclaims itself the "Dogecoin Killer" and has two more tokens named "BONE" and "LEASH" that are listed on its own decentralized market ShibaSwap. The cryptocurrency, which has a one-quadrillion-unit supply, was established by a pseudonymous person known only as "Ryoshi," and half of it is held on the decentralized market Uniswap.

The initiative delivered the leftover tokens to Vitalik Buterin to be "burned," but Buterin then contributed 50 trillion SHIB to India's Covid Crypto Relief Fund, which was worth $1 billion at the time. According to CryptoGlobe, barely 2% of Buterin's $1 billion gift had been paid out by August. Over time, prominent cryptocurrency exchanges like as Coinbase and Binance have listed the coin.

Over the past few weeks, Shiba Inu supporters have been signing a petition requesting that commission-free trading site Robinhood (NASDAQ: HOOD) add their coin. At press time, the petition, titled "Kindly request of Robinhood to include Shiba Inu currency," had over 319,600 signatures from supporters and was on its way to 500,000. It claims that Dogecoin ($DOGE), a competing meme-inspired cryptocurrency, has been featured on Robinhood and has been a "great success" for the trading site.

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