Petition to List Shiba Inu on Robinhood Surpasses 250,000 Signatures

The "Doge Killer" or the Shiba Inu Army is just built different as its petition is less than 50,000 signatures away from reaching its goal.

The Shiba Inu token community has started a Change.org petition, requesting for Robinhood, the traditional broker to list Shiba Inu has surpassed 250,000 signatures.


According to the petition, the Dogecoin rival targets 300,000 signatures at the moment and seems to be well within reach for the community.


The move comes after Dogecoin was listed and has been a huge success for Robinhood, and its investors. From this, the Shiba Inu army said that they had also enjoyed the ride.

Further, they said that Shiba Inu is also a similar memecoin to Dogecoin with a genuine potential of over 300% in the last weeks, gaining new ground by the day.


Moreover, the Shiba token has also been listed on Binance — the world's largest crypto exchange, and its momentum grew by the hour. Also, last month, the coin was listed on the US-based largest crypto exchange Coinbase.


However, the popular trading app replied whether or not it’s ready to list Shiba Inu. But the Shiba Inu army is not close to stopping here as the press time, the petition hit 257,470 signatures.