FCF Pay, a top crypto payment platform based in Canada, becomes the first to add support for Shiba Inu as it includes SHIB, BONE and LEASH as payment for merchants and businesses. Additionally, the crypto protocol seeks to have the SHIB Burn function for merchants.
The Canadian-based platform updated the crypto community on Twitter, saying that it had listed Shiba Inu (SHIB), Bone ShibaSwap (BONE), and The Dogecoin Killer (LEASH) on its platform, enabling the registered merchants to accept all the three tokens of the Shiba Inu ecosystem as payment.
“We are delighted to announce that FCFpay has listed the full Shib Trifecta; Shib, Bone, and Leash.
They are available as payment options for any business using our payment gateway RIGHT NOW!”
FCF Pay’s Relationship With Shiba Inu
FCF Pay initially supported Shiba Inu in April 2022. Afterwards, the payment platform scheduled two back-to-back community polls asking the community to vote for the coin or token they want to use next as a payment method.
The result of the first community poll revealed four favoured options: BONE, LEASH, TRX, and MATIC. Additionally, over 74% of the community supported BONE.
The second poll brought tough competition for Baby DogeCoin and LEASH. However, LEASH won with more than 50% of the votes.
Since FCF Pay serves as a payment gateway to a wide array of open-source eCommerce solutions, including WooCommerce, Shopify, Magento now Adobe Commerce, and PrestaShop. Therefore, SHIB Trifecta can now be accepted as payment by over 5 million online stores in 195 countries using FCF Pay plugins.
Future Development For FCF Pay and SHIB
The payment platform has added SHIB, BONE, and LEASH to its Poker Club and Casino website. Following the announcement, the community began to ask whether they would list Ryoshi Vision (RYOSHI) and TREAT, an upcoming ShibaSwao reward token, on their platform.
On this, FCF Pay said:
“We’ll be happy to add them to another listing poll if the Shib team confirms they’re official, etc.”
FCF Pay also confirms that the company is exploring the possibility of adding the SHIB Burn feature to their payment gateway for merchants. The firm hasn’t revealed much detail about this feature yet. However, they want to add some kind of “Buyback Mechanism” to burn SHIB.