Digitra.com, a prominent platform for trading digital assets, has recently announced the integration of Shiba Inu into its list of supported cryptocurrencies. This new feature allows users of Digitra to conveniently purchase, sell, or hold SHIB tokens without any associated fees.
Digitra.com has initiated a giveaway competition with a prize pool of 200 Digitra tokens (DGTA) to celebrate the occasion. The contest is accessible to all verified users of Digitra.com. To participate, individuals need to follow Digitra.com’s official Twitter account and demonstrate their backing by liking the SHIB giveaway tweet before 3 PM (UTC) on May 23rd.
After the contest ends, Digitra.com will use a random selection process to choose five fortunate winners. These winners will be awarded an equal portion of the prize pool.
Digitra.com, established in 2021, is a prominent online platform for trading digital assets. It allows its users to trade more than 50 cryptocurrencies without incurring any fees for commissions.
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CoinMENA Anticipates Shiba Inu Listing
In an exciting development, CoinMENA, a popular exchange in Bahrain, has dropped hints about the possibility of listing Shiba Inu. They did so by mentioning Shytoshi Kusama, the main developer of SHIB, and tagging five other enthusiastic members of the Shiba Inu community in a recently shared tweet.
As mentioned in a previous report, CoinMENA anticipated listing Shiba Inu on May 13 by suggesting that they would list a dog-themed cryptocurrency that Elon Musk has not mentioned in his tweets.
Furthermore, Bybit, a cryptocurrency exchange based in Dubai, initiated a giveaway contest worth $20,000 specifically for Shiba Inu. According to The Crypto Basic, participants are required to trade SHIB on the platform to qualify for the contest.
In a separate development, Binance.US introduced an innovative feature called Crypto Box. This feature allows users to gift Shiba Inu and other digital assets to their loved ones without incurring fees. Fxcryptonews reported this.