Swapika, a non-custodian crypto exchange, has plans to increase its support for the Shiba Inu Ecosystem. The company announced on Twitter that it will incorporate Shibarium, which is a Layer 2 Solution, as soon as it becomes available.
After recently deciding to support all three tokens in the Shiba Inu Ecosystem, namely Shiba Inu (SHIB), Bone ShibaSwap (BONE), and The Dogecoin Killer (LEASH), Swapika has now announced its intention to integrate Shibarium. This development has enabled Swapika users to exchange these tokens with over 700 other cryptocurrencies, without having to register, through the exchange platform.
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Shibarium Adoption Spreads
ChangeNow, a cryptocurrency exchange based in New York, and NOWPayments, a prominent crypto payment gateway based in the Netherlands, have both announced their intention to support Shibarium once it becomes available. This move is in addition to Swapika’s plan to integrate Shibarium into its platform.
Furthermore, NowNodes, a company that provides blockchain-as-a-service solutions, has announced that over 300 of its partners are enthusiastic about developing on the Shibarium platform.
Shibarium, the Layer 2 Solution for Shiba Inu, is currently in its beta phase and has been receiving significant adoption since its launch. Puppyscan, the block explorer for Puppynet, has reported that the Shibarium Beta Network now has 14.51 million wallets. Additionally, the L2 network has processed 6.31 million transactions in 750,390 blocks, with an average block time of 6.8 seconds, according to the latest data.
Although the Shiba Inu team has not revealed the specific date when the Shibarium Mainnet will launch, Shytoshi Kusama, the lead of SHIB, has suggested that it may take between 2 to 4 months to complete the beta phase before the mainnet is released.