Philippines Central Bank Licensed Cryptocurrency Exchange Finally Lists Shiba Inu (SHIB).
The long wait is over as Coins.ph said it has listed Shiba Inu.
Leading Philippines cryptocurrency exchange Coins.ph has officially announced that it has listed Shiba Inu ($SHIB) on its trading platform.
The exchange took to Twitter to announce the development today, saying: “You asked and we listened #SHIB is now available on #CoinsPH!”
You asked 📢 and we listened 👂#SHIB is now available on #CoinsPH! 🐶
Learn about #SHIB and how to buy them on https://t.co/ehQWvZjBQo ➡️ https://t.co/CBASzpdfBo pic.twitter.com/AwBHsGWxNv
— Coins.ph (@coinsph) July 20, 2022
The announcement comes more than a week after Coins.ph teased its users that it would be supporting the trading of the second-largest meme coin, SHIB, on its trading platform.
At the time, Coins.ph tweeted the Shiba Inu mascot with the caption, “Be a good SHIB and DYOR.”
Coins.ph originally scheduled the listing of the coin for July 13, 2022. However, the exchange encountered a technical glitch that resulted in the postponement of the listing.
“Hello Coins Community, To ensure a smooth and seamless SHIB trading experience for you, our team is currently fixing potential bugs and issues in our SHIB rockets. We deeply apologize for this delay, but we promise that $SHIB will be launched very soon,” Coins.ph tweeted on July 13, 2022.
Apparently, all issues have been resolved, and the exchange has proceeded to list SHIB.
Aside from Shiba Inu, Coins.ph also offers other top cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
Things to Know About Coins.ph
Coins.ph is one of the oldest cryptocurrency exchanges in the Philippines. The leading cryptocurrency exchange holds a regulatory license from the Philippines central bank, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).
Coins.ph is focused on providing financial services to the Philippines, and it has succeeded in onboarding over 10 million users to its platform since launching in 2014.
It does not matter whether an intending user of Coins.ph has a fiat bank account. The user will still have access to basic financial services in the Philippines via Coins.ph.