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Petitions On Robinhood Hits 250,000 Signatures For Shiba Inu ($SHIB) Listing

Popular meme cryptocurrency Shiba Inu ($SHIB) supporters are signing a petition On Robinhood. More so, this petition is for the commission-free trading platform Robinhood to list their cryptocurrency.

Notably, The petition has the title “Kindly request of Robinhood to list Shiba Inu coin”. It now has over 241,600 signatures from backers, targeting 300,000. Also, It mentions that it listed Dogecoin ($DOGE). Which is a rival meme cryptocurrency, noting it contributes “huge success” for the trading platform.

Furthermore, Robinhood has another case in its hands. Which of course, it’s trying to get wallets where the crypto community can freely move their funds on-chain. Already, it launches beta testing for these wallets. That’s of course, is seeing more than a million sign ups for their waitlist.

“We just hit 1 million people on the wallets waitlist…”
“😎We’re hard at work… stay tuned.
— (@RobinhoodApp) October 4, 2021

Also, Christine Hall, the firm’s chief operating officer reveals on social media the dedication from Robinhood. So, Christine says The firm is careful to be sure that…
“that transferring crypto on Robinhood is safe, secure, and simple…”
“Many people will be transacting on-chain for the first time and…”
“keeping your coins safe is our #1 priority.”

Additionally, Hall says the wallets are…
“just the beginning of our commitment to making crypto accessible to all,”

Also, noting the firm launches frequently investments in cryptocurrencies.

According to CryptoGlobe, Dogecoin listing on Robinhood sees the firm’s revenue increasing. Of course, this is due to the DOGE trading frenzy this year.

Currently, Shiba Inu is trading on various top cryptocurrency trading platforms like Binance and Coinbase.

Conclusively, SHIB’s number of token holders on chain overtakes the 700,000 mark last week. This is a big achievement for the community, but they want more, thereby seeking Robinhood listing.

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