Australia’s Oldest Crypto Exchange Lists Shiba Inu
Shiba Inu continues making headlines as the crypto gets listed at CoinJar, the oldest exchange in Australia. Besides Shiba Inu, the exchange has also listed five more tokens. The tokens include Fetch.ai, Quant Network, Cartesi, Audius, and Origin Protocol.
As soon as the news came out, traders looked for CoinJar reviews to know more about it. There are more than 400,000 registered users and boasts 48 cryptocurrencies on the platform, which was launched in 2013.
The best crypto exchange Australia has been around since 2013, with support from several investors. Some of the names include Digital Currency Group led by Barry Silbert, Sydney-located Blackbird Ventures, and Chris Hitchen (Australian entrepreneur.)
Two months ago, the company even released MasterCard-supported crypto that supports 30 digital currencies. A month later, CoinJar’s United Kingdom arm gained registration from the nation’s FCA (Financial Conduct Authority.)
The development allows CoinJar to join ten more crypto firms that achieved the same feat. In addition, the venture was named one of the top FinTech startups based in Australia. However, even with such esteemed achievements, the development seems to be more beneficial towards CoinJar.
Shiba Inu had garnered significant traction when it entered the top ten cryptocurrencies globally in the past few months. Moreover, a recent survey showed that besides Cardano and XRP, Shiba Inu is among the most popular crypto in Australia.
The crypto even established a partnership with PlaySide Studios to develop a new game. The development will see the ventures developing a NFT game named Shiboshi, which is inspired by the meme-coin.
Shiba Inu has established another major collaboration with CoinSpot. The renowned crypto exchange was quick to recognize Shiba’s potential as it listed the coin back in May.