Philippines Central Bank Regulated Top Exchange To List Shiba Inu

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Shiba Inu gains more ground in Asia as Coins.ph, a Southeast Asian fintech company based in the Philippines, listed the SHIB token. The crypto protocol confirmed the listing on July 11th by posting a tweet saying, “Be a good SHIB and DYOR.”

The company was scheduled to list Shiba Inu on July 13th. However, the listing of SHIB has been postponed due to some technical issues.

Coins.ph informed the Shib Army that the listing had been delayed as the company has to “ensure a smooth and seamless SHIB trading experience” for its customers. For this, the team is currently busy “fixing potential bugs and issues” in their “SHIB rockets”. 

The company apologised to Shiba Inu Community for this delay and has promised to add support for SHIB “very soon”.

In addition, the fintech firm also promised to launch their first-ever meme contest giveaway along with the listing to appreciate the Shiba Inu Community for their outstanding support of the listing.

Related: Leading U.S. Cryptocurrency Exchange Lists Shiba Inu With USD-SHIB Trading Pair.

About Coins.ph

The Filipino-based fintech company is under the regulation of the Central Bank, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). The company’s central vision is to improve the adoption of digital financial services by providing its 10 million customers with seamless access to financial services directly from their mobile devices.

According to the Coins.ph:

“Coins.ph is regulated by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and is the first-ever blockchain-based company in Asia to hold both Virtual Currency and Electronic Money Issuer licenses from a central bank.”

The leading Fintech Company has developed a mobile app that gives its customers direct access to banking and digital payment services, including local and international remittances, mobile air-time, bill payments, game credits, and online shopping.

Since Coins.ph is documented as the first-ever blockchain-based company in Asia to hold both Virtual Currency and Electronic Money Issuer licenses from a central bank, the fintech company has managed to build one of the leading cash distribution networks in the Philippines while operating through over 33,000 partner locations domestically and over 500,000 locations worldwide.

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