Shiba Inu’s Adoption Soars: Meme Coin Now Accepted at Major Retailers with CoinGate Integration


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The popular meme-inspired cryptocurrency Shiba Inu ($SHIB) has recently taken a new step towards broader adoption after its integration with CoinGate, a Lithuanian blockchain payment processor, added support for it on Polygon and the BNB Chain.

According to a post from CoinGate on social media, the meme-inspired cryptocurrency can now be used as a payment method at major retailers including Steam, Nike, Spotify, and Airbnb.

CoinGate acts as a bridge between the cryptocurrency world and traditional finance. By integrating SHIB with Polygon and BNB Chain, CoinGate facilitates transactions using SHIB for everyday purchases.

The news comes at a time in which the price of the meme-inspired cryptocurrency has been surging, with SHIB moving up over 10.5% over the last 30 days and more than 120% year-to-date.

Notably, earlier this month a major anonymous Shiba Inu whale wallet executed a series of large transactions on the popular Robinhood exchange, accumulating a staggering 1.75 trillion $SHIB tokens, valued at roughly $40 million.

The whale’s accumulation was first spotted by whale monitoring service Whale Alert, which pointed on the microblogging platform X (formerly known as Twitter) to two massive SHIB transactions off of Robinhood’s wallets to unknown wallets. Both transactions were of 875 billion SHIB, worth nearly $20 million.

This whale activity coincides with a potential bullish signal for SHIB. According to a recent post by Ali Martinez, a prominent cryptocurrency trader, Shiba Inu’s daily chart appears to be forming a “bull flag,” a technical indicator suggesting an imminent price surge.

Anticipating this breakout, Martinez revealed plans to place buy orders around the $0.000018343 mark, aiming to capitalize on a potential rise in SHIB’s price.

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