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Shiba Inu (SHIB) Listing Suggestion From OkCoin Japan

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A prominent cryptocurrency exchange in Japan and the Japanese division of blockchain technology company OK Group, called attention to listing Shiba Inu (SHIB) lately as it acknowledged receiving a repeated petition from SHIB enthusiasts. The individual had expressed the wish of the larger SHIB community to list SHIB on the exchange for 148 days.

“Thank you very much for your request 148 times. Thank you for your valuable opinion,” in a loosely translated tweet from Japanese, OKCoin Japan made a comment. The leading cryptocurrency exchange responded to a tweet previously sent by Cheggy, a supporter of SHIB who had been pleading for the coin’s inclusion for as long as 148 days.

Read also: Coinbase Becomes Home to a Staggering 1 Trillion Shiba Inu Tokens

The clues have caused excitement in the SHIBArmy camp, and some Japanese SHIB admirers have already expressed their gratitude for the exchange. Others took use of the chance to draw the platform’s attention to more SHIB ecosystem tokens, like Bone ShibaSwap (BONE) and Doge Killer (LEASH).

The most recent development emphasises the growing interest SHIB is receiving from the Japanese cryptocurrency community. As fxcryptonews previously reported, renowned Japanese cryptocurrency exchange BitPoint became the first to list SHIB last month.

Given the widespread use of cryptocurrencies in the East Asian nation, Shina Inu’s expanding presence in the Japanese cryptocurrency market is important for the asset’s growth. According to a recent estimate by Finder, 7.8 million people in Japan are crypto owners. The asset should attract additional Japanese interest as a result of an OK Japan SHIB listing.

The Japanese division of the OK Group company, OKCoin Japan, was established in 2020. The larger international cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin, the OK Blockchain Research Institute, and a number of other subsidiary companies are all under the control of the blockchain corporation OK Group. 

Despite just being founded two years ago, OKCoin Japan has established a growth trajectory through a number of listings. The exchange announced the listing of IOST in September of last year. 

Additionally, OKCoin Japan only listed Zilliqa last month (ZIL). In August, it supported Tron (TRX) staking for the first time on a Japanese exchange.

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