An Israeli-based company, Simplex, now allows online merchants to trade with Flocki Inu after the EMI-licensed Fintech Company announced its partnership with the dog-themed memecoin. Therefore, Simplex users can now buy the memecoin in exchange for over 90 local currencies.
Simplex also confirmed the news:
As one of the biggest crypto exchanges in Asia, Simplex has partnered with the world’s top cryptocurrency platforms, including Binance, Huobi, OKX, Kucoin, Opera, etc. to make cryptocurrency accessible to all. In addition, The Israeli-based platform currently supports over 130 cryptocurrencies and over 90 fiat currencies and is globally accessible with over 350 partner integrations.
Founded in 2014, Simplex is a world-leading Israel-based EMI-licensed Fintech Company that provides a fiat infrastructure for cryptocurrencies and processes crypto-to-credit card payments. On May 6th, 2021, Simplex was acquired by Nuvei at a valuation of $250 million.
Floki Inu Gaining Influence
Following the footsteps of top dog-themed cryptocurrencies, Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB), Floki Inu is created by a group of crypto influencers, including PetaByte Capital, Sabre, and MrBrown Whale. Additionally, the cryptocurrency is community-driven and is branding itself as “a movement”.