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IS Robinhood Listing Shiba Inu Coin?

Shiba Inu Coin is now one of the most popular meme coin after Dogecoin. The Shiba Army community gained millions of social followers and most searched terms in Google trends.

More than 490,000+ Shib Coin communities worldwide signed the petition on to list the Shiba Inu coin in retail’s favorite investing app “Robinhood”. Recently, based on the Robinhood app Instagram account, it looks like Robinhood is giving some hints that they are listing Shiba Inu Coin on their platform.

Why Robinhood Can List Shiba Inu Coin?

Robinhood is one of the most popular retail favorite investing app, which offers commission-free trading, unlike other platforms where investors have to pay hefty fees just to trade the stocks or crypto. This brings tons of attention to buy Shiba Inu coin in Robinhood app without worrying about the fees that you have to pay. Robinhood also makes tons of money from crypto trading and if they don’t list Shiba Inu, they are missing out on the opportunity or they will be too late in the game.

There are social sentiments and rumors that Robinhood will list the Shiba Inu coin sometime in November 2021. The rumors are not always correct as it could be just a sentiment to pump the coin in the short term. However, over the long term, it is most likely Robinhood will list Shiba Inu Coin.

Robinhood Alternative App:

The best alternative platform to buy Shiba Inu is on the WeBull App. The Webull is one of the best platforms out there which offers zero commission fees on crypto trading. “Webull does not charge for trading crypto. There is a 100-basis point spread on either side of a crypto trade.”

You can sign up in WeBull and get a free stock when you start investing.

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