The stakes are high for Floki Inu, a popular meme coin that recently caught the attention of the crypto world with its controversial ad slogans in London on 25 April 2022. At the time of writing, over 14,000 crypto holders have supported the coin to get listed on a central cryptocurrency trading platform, Bybit.
This update was made by Floki Inu’s official Twitter page on 26 April 2022, when it announced that over 8000 people have voted for the memecoin to feature on the trading platform.
“8,000+ people have voted for #FLOKI to get listed on #Bybit in just 11 hours of the #ByVotes vote listing competition starting.
These are real people who chose to register and KYC on the Bybit exchange! 🔥🔥🔥
Here’s where to vote if you’re yet to:
For prospective Floki Inu supporters to vote, they must first register on the Bybit platform with either a mobile device or a PC and go through the KYC process. In addition, the maximum number of votes per user is 100,000, and the current total votes stand at 10,515,206. The time of voting closes in less than 12 hours.
Current Development for Floki
Floki Inu, a rival to Dogecoin, started its “aggressive” marketing campaign in London, posting visual ads around the city’s train stations and on its famous red buses to increase its brand awareness among commuters and tourists. This campaign came after the Advertising and Standard Authority banned the team’s advert following backlash from previous ads.
Floki Inu’s price is $0.000021 with a 24-hour trading volume of $14,050,397. While the recent ads might have improved the memecoin’s value in terms of awareness, Floki Inu has been down 9.12% in the last 24 hours.