Gemini a renowned cryptocurrency exchange founded by Winklevoss twins, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss in 2015, has added support for Shiba Inu (SHIB) cryptocurrency.
The news was shared by the Gemini exchange on their official blog and Twitter.
New #DeFi, Metaverse, Infrastructure, and Data Management tokens are now open for deposits and custody:
🚀Shiba Inu $SHIB
🚀Mask Network $MASK
🚀Wrapped Centrifuge $wCFG
🚀Fetch AI $FET
🚀Numeraire $NMR pic.twitter.com/rbOktkO3xH
— Gemini (@Gemini) November 13, 2021
Alongside the SHIB, Gemini with its headquarters in New York has also listed a variety of tokens from the decentralized financial system which include Quant (QNT), Fetch AI (FET) as well as Radicle (RAD).
The Winklevii-owned exchange, renowned for its focus on regulatory compliance, embraced Dogecoin in May. It has become one of the most recent major exchanges to list SHIB.
Coinbase and Binance.US also listed Shiba Inu in October.
On the other hand, Robinhood isn’t yet ready to add SHIB, while a petition to add the token has garnered 531,000 signatures.
Recently Christine Brown, COO of Robinhood Crypto, praised the Shiba Inu community:
“When SHIB? One of my favorite things is seeing the community around these coins. You know, they really engage with us and really let us know what they want.”