BONE Holdings by OKX Now 400%; What to Expect?

New High for Shiba Inu as BONE is Now Listed on Flitpay

Etherscan.io records show that OKX’s BONE holdings have increased by a staggering 400%.

Popular cryptocurrency exchange OKX recently conducted a poll to determine which meme-coins users and followers would like to see listed on the system. 

According to the exchange, the poll’s winners were Shiba Inu’s Bone ShibaSwap (BONE) and ArbDogeAI (AIDOGE).

Approximately 7.85 million BONE tokens, worth $8.03 million, are now held by the exchange. 

With the increase in BONE holdings, OKX has surpassed the Shiba Inu: Migrator address and the Crypto.com 5 address to become the fourth-largest BONE holder in the world. 

The exchange has 3.41% of the total supply of BONE.

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Ceto Will Soon List BONE

Additionally, the Dubai-based exchange Ceto revealed that it would list the BONE token, emulating OKX. 

The exchange surveyed the community to determine which coin they wanted to see listed on the system. Most people chose to support Shiba Inu’s BONE token.

The listings follow Shytoshi Kusama, the developer of SHIB, suggesting that Shibarium would launch in two to four months. 

Fans and consumers predict a price increase for BONE when the Shibarium network launches because it will serve as the governance token. 

Investors anticipate Shibarium’s mainnet to succeed similarly to the beta testnet, which has demonstrated tremendous success.

Shiba Inu’s BONE price

The asset price may have increased due to the recent increase in BONE holdings at OKX. Prices for BONE have increased by 7.4% in the last 24 hours. 

BONE’s resistance level is $1.1400, and its support level is $1.0060. BONE might encounter new resistance at $1.1930 if current resistance levels are broken.

Today’s live Bone ShibaSwap price is $1.10, with a 24-hour trading volume of $8,349,384.

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