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Wealthsimple, Canada’s Version of Commission-free Trading App Robinhood Lists Shiba Inu ($SHIB)

Canada’s need for the popular commission-free trading platform Robinhood (NASDAQ: HOOD), Wealthsimple succeeds in listing Shiba Inu.
More so, it will now be available to the platform’s 1.5 million users.

Notably, the platform starts letting its users buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrencies in June 2020. Especially, after the launch of Wealthsimple Crypto.

Formerly, bitcoin and ether are only cryptos available to trade on the Wealthsimple. However, it gets approval in June 2021 from the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC). Of course, this allows them to list 14 new cryptocurrencies including Solana (SOL), Cardano (ADA), and Dogecoin (DOGE).

Furthermore, Listing of Shiba comes after the platform adds crypto ETFs to its retirement plans.

“It’s official: $SHIB has joined $SOL, $ADA, $DOGE and more on Wealthsimple Crypto…”
“As always, remember to research before trading.
— Wealthsimple (@Wealthsimple) November 4, 2021

Also, the platform only permits users to buy, sell, and trade crypto within its platform.

Notably, more than 519,000 Shiba Inu supporters signs a petition “Kindly request of Robinhood to list Shiba Inu coin,”.
More so, this is to ask the commission-free trading platform to list SHIB, just like Wealthsimple.


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