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California-based BitGo Adds Wallet And Custody Support For Shiba Inu

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California-based Digital Asset Trust and Security Company BitGo listed Shiba Inu (SHIB).

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BitGo recently announced that it has added support for Shiba Inu (SHIB) and Dogecoin (DOGE) on its platform. As per the announcement, BitGo users would now be allowed to store, send and receive the two popular cryptocurrencies SHIB and DOGE on both custodial and hot wallets.

BitGo is a California-based company that offers a range of services related to digital assets, including regulated custody, financial services, and core infrastructure. The company caters to both investors and builders in the digital asset space, providing secure and compliant solutions for managing and trading digital assets. It provides solutions for institutional investors, crypto exchanges, and other businesses to store, transfer, and manages digital assets.

Shiba Inu is gaining a lot of traction these days from various cryptocurrency exchanges and traders as the team behind Shiba Inu is constantly teasing the Community with the upcoming Shibarium – Layer 2 solution’s Beta launch in various ways. Recently, the lead developer of Shiba Inu, Shytoshi Kusama launched the official telegram channel for the much-awaited Layer – 2 Solution. As reported earlier by The Crypto Basic, SHIB holders will have access to early updates and information about the upcoming L2 network through the platform.

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Moreover, Hotcoin Global has recently added support to Shiba Inu via Simplex.

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