GroveX Announces Availability of Shibarium Tokens for Trading

Australian crypto exchange GroveX announces availability of the Shibarium tokens - SHIB, BONE, and LEASH - for trading on its platform.

Posted 8 months ago in Altcoins

Shibarium Tokens on GroveX Exchange

Australian crypto exchange GroveX has announced on her X page that now all the three Shibarium tokens – the SHIB , BONE and LEASH trifecta – are available for trading on its platform. BONE and LEASH were added by the exchange last week to trade against USDT and BUSD stablecoins.

In the comment thread, the SHIB community responded eagerly, glad of the positive news from GroveX. Aside from the Shibarium trifecta, the platform has recently also added support for PEPE meme coin.

Still, the price performance put up by these meme coins is not bullish at the moment. BONE is down more than 13%, SHIB is trading at a 5% discount compared to Sunday. As for Doge Killer (LEASH) , it is 3.64% down over the past 24 hours too. Over the weekend until now, Shiba Inu has lost more than 8% of its value, dropping to the $0.00000706 level at the time of this writing. Today’s price decline alone constituted 5.08%.

BONE performs the function of a gas token on Shibarium and helps burn SHIB, LEASH allows users to earn rewards in return for staking on the ShibaSwap dex - the official decentralized exchange of Shibarium.

Still, as reported by U.Today earlier, even despite SHIB’s current price drop, its NVT (Network Value to Transactions), a key metric that helps to estimate a cryptocurrency’s health, is on the rise. When NVT is going up, it signals that the value of the network is growing relative to its transaction volume. Besides, the concentration of whales for SHIB now equals 77% and they are likely prepared to hold long-term.

Last updated 9/11/2023, 3:47:07 PM


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