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Fans of Shiba Inus will enjoy a special treat from Australia’s longest-running cryptocurrency exchange

On the occasion of its ninth anniversary, CoinJar, Australia’s oldest cryptocurrency exchange, has unveiled a Shiba Inu-themed promotional campaign.

Users who make a single trade on the CoinJar app this week can earn up to 99,999,999 million SHIB tokens (approximately $3,526 at press time), according to the statement. By completing additional trades, participants will be able to increase the quantity of entries. According to CoinJar, each individual will be limited to ten entries.

In a blog post, the company reflected on its journey, recalling that it began operations when the price of Bitcoin was just $100.

It also noted how Shiba Inu’s market worth surpassed General Electric’s last year.

CoinJar also takes pride in being the first cryptocurrency exchange to open in the United Kingdom and to be licensed by the Financial Conduct Authority, the country’s primary regulatory authority.

Shiba Inu support was introduced to Australia’s oldest exchange in December. SHIB tokens are also available for purchase on CoinSpot, Swyftx, Uphold, and other prominent cryptocurrency exchanges in Australia.

Despite its recent appearance on the cryptocurrency landscape, a survey done in late 2021 indicated that the meme coin was more popular in the country than Cardano’s ADA and XRP.

According to CoinMarketCap data, SHIB is currently priced at $0.00002142 on major spot marketplaces.

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