Bluebit joins the ranks of crypto exchanges offering support for Shiba Inu trifecta – SHIB, LEASH and BONE
Shortly after teasing its listing, the St. Vincent and Dubai-based crypto exchange, BlueBit.io, announced that Doge Killer (LEASH) is now officially live on its platform. Bluebit thus joins the ranks of crypto exchanges offering support for the Shiba Inu trifecta – SHIB, LEASH and BONE. Switchere, an Estonian crypto exchange, and Canada-based crypto payment platform FCF Pay are among the crypto exchanges that have listed the Shiba Inu trifecta.
We have listed the #Trifecta…
— BlueBit.io (@Bluebit_io) September 5, 2022
BlueBit.io, a multi-asset trading platform that supports cryptocurrencies, alluded to LEASH’s listing by tweeting, “Has anyone seen Shiba’s LEASH?”
Within two hours of this tweet, the exchange indicated that it had listed LEASH on its platform, and the trifecta SHIB as a result. He further tweeted, “We found Shiba’s LEASH…” while providing details on the resumption of LEASH/USDT deposits, trades and withdrawals on his platform.
In response to the listing, lead Shiba Inu developer Shytoshi Kusama tweeted, “WOOF!!! Thank you, Bluebit, for listing LEASH and the three Shib ecosystem tokens. A wonderful way to start the week. !BONE, SHIB.”
Long term goal
The Dubai-based exchange responding to Shytoshi Kusama said it was done with a long-term view. “Thank you, ShytoshiKusama…we are thinking of a long-term partnership with your entire ecosystem. We know you have other tokens.”
Just a few weeks after Shiba Inu listed on its platform in early August, new exchange BlueBit announced BONE’s listing in late August, as reported by U.Today.
Coinciding with the time of listing, BONE, the governance token of the Shiba Inu ecosystem, had a positive run last week, gaining more than 150% in 48 hours. At press time, LEASH, an ERC-20 Shiba Inu ecosystem token, was showing a slight price increase while trading at $635.72.