Shiba Inu’s LEASH Debuts on StealthEX, Allowing Swapping with Over 400 Crypto Assets


Tomiwabold Olajide

This allows LEASH to be exchanged with any of the more than 400 crypto assets supported by the platform

Non-custodial trading platform StealthEX announced that it now supports DOGE killer LEASH on its platform. This allows exchanging LEASH with any of the more than 400 crypto assets supported by the platform.

Meanwhile, the leading crypto exchange in the Middle East, Rain, has decided to finally launch Shiba Inu trading after months of teasing its listing. Shiba Inu was listed alongside other assets WBTC and PAXG.

SHIB is now listed on over 100 crypto exchanges, including Coinbase, Binance, Kucoin, Huobi, Voyager, Crypto.com, and Kraken. In April, SHIB made its way to the Robinhood app much to the excitement of Shiba Inu fans.

Similarly, BitKan, a cryptocurrency exchange based in Singapore and Japan, listed the Shiba Inu ecosystem token BONE in April. LEASH and BONE also made their debut on SimpleHold, a lightweight wallet for Bitcoin, Ethereum and many other assets.

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Shiba Inu gets 15,000 new users, top whale buys 455 million SHIB

As reported by Whale StatisticsETH whale “BlueWhale0073”, which ranks 303rd on WhaleStats, just bought 455,957,607,129 SHIB, or $4,933,461 worth.

Since the beginning of May, Shiba Inu has received nearly 16,000 new holders. The total number of SHIB holders is currently 1,155,471 according to Whale Statistics† At the end of April, the figure was around 1,139,916. While an increase in the number of holders may not have an immediate impact on the price, it may indicate long-term interest in an asset and therefore remains a positive signal.

According to CoinMarketCap data, the price of Shiba Inu is currently trading at $0.0000142, representing an increase of almost 36.38% in the last 24 hours. On May 12, SHIB sank to intraday lows of $0.000008, briefly adding a zero to the price tag. Shiba Inu has since recovered from its lows in 2022, reaching intraday highs of $0.000014 on May 13.



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