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FCF Pay To ADD Shiba Inu’s BONE & LEASH As Payment Option


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Top Canada-based Blockchain Payment System, FCF Pay to Expand Payment Options with Shiba Inu’s BONE and LEASH on Prepaid Virtual Debit Cards.

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FCF Pay recently announced that it will soon include Shiba Inu’s BONE and LEASH as payment options for their virtual debit cards. Prior to this, FCF Pay only accepted Bitcoin (BTC) as payment.


The decision comes after a successful Twitter poll conducted by FCF Pay. The poll, titled “FCF Pay Debit Card Poll,” asked the community to vote for their preferred cryptocurrency to be added as a payment option for their virtual debit cards.

The poll received a total of 1745 votes. Out of the choices available – BNB, Ethereum (ETH), BONE, and LEASH – the Shiba Inu tokens BONE and LEASH emerged as the clear winners with 85.9% of the votes, while BNB and Ethereum received only 10.4% and 3.7% of the vote, respectively.

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Recently, Bone ShibaSwap (BONE) has gained popularity among the cryptocurrency community and has become a popular investment option. This is due to the upcoming launch of Shibarium – a Layer 2 Solution, where BONE will serve as the “native gas token.” This means that BONE will be required for each transaction made on the Shibarium protocol, making it an important component of the platform.

As of press time, Bone ShibaSwap is trading at the price of $1.32, up 1.56% over the last day with a 24-hour trading volume of $4,149,040 ($4.14M).

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