Bitstamp Postpones SHIB Listing Over 'Technical Difficulties' Shuraeva
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Cryptocurrency exchange Bitstamp is postponing the listing of the "meme" altcoin shiba inu (SHIB) to 2022. According to a tweet, the company decided to do so over "technical difficulties with the integration." The nature of the difficulties remains unclear.

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On December 14, the altcoin started trading on the Spanish crypto exchange Bit2Me. A day earlier, SHIB and DOGE were listed on the Unocoin cryptocurrency exchange.

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In November, the number of transactions with SHIB decreased by over 42%. The number of transactions with the altcoin in the past month exceeded 800,000, against 1.38 million in October. As of press time, SHIB is trading at $0.000034 (-0.54%), according to Nomics.

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