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Shiba Inu Price Surges to Over +50%, Next Stop +100% Gain By CoinQuora

The Shiba inu price surges to over +50%; Next stop +100% gain
  • SHIB reached over +50% within the past 24 hour.
  • SHIB crypto is accepted by Venezuelan shops as a method of payment.

Crypto market investors are always surprised by its trading and investment. This time, SHIBA INU (SHIB) also known as the ‘DOGE Killer’ is now back and is on fire. Detail: The cryptocurrency has experienced a remarkable growth rate of +50% within the past 24 hours. This crypto’s aggressive growth attracts investors around the world.

SHIB is one of the most popular digital assets in the cryptocurrency world over the last month. The crypto rose to the number 50 spot in CoinGecko. SHIB’s reputation has made crypto one of the most popular digital assets on the crypto market.

Venezuela recently added 50 shops that will accept SHIB cryptocurrency as their payment method. This information is based upon the Twitter content (NYSE:) posted by Shiba Inu Venezuela to their official Twitter account.

This tweet received almost a thousand views. This tweet was also shared by Shiba inu Venezuela. It is believed that this announcement contributed to SHIB’s price rise. SHIB cryptocurrency trades today at $0.00001273, with more than $5 billion of trading volume. This bullish streak could continue and reach 100% growth in no time.

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.