OKCoin Japan, the crypto asset exchange, announced the enlistment of Shiba Inu (SHIB) on Friday, December 09, 2022, and declared that SHIB would be available for trading at the exchange till February next year.
OKCoin Japan, one of Japan’s most prominent exchanges and the Japanese affiliate of digital asset conglomerate OK Group, has verified its plans to list Shiba Inu (SHIB) after three days of its intentions to accommodate SHIB.
This is good news for the Shiba Inu lovers for linting on a major Japanese OKCoin within a few months. Notably, the well-known meme coin still needs to be added to significant players like bitFlyer, Coincheck, and OKCoin.
Block Data states, “OK Group specializes in the development of blockchain technology and provides blockchain services. The company owns OKCOIN, OK Blockchain Research Institute, B-Labs, and other businesses and products”.
Local Japan-based SHIB enthusiasts anticipate a significant positive development after the OKCoin announcement. The OKCoin had already pointed out to list the Shiba Inu last Tuesday and acknowledged that petition from a non-identifying member of the SHIB community who has been pleading for a SHIB listing for 148 days.
OKCoin Register SHIB After OKx
OKCoin announced its plans to register SHIB on its platform a day after OKx, a family exchange located in Seychelles and owned by the same parent business, OK Group. It announced a flexible staking functionality for SHIB and other crypto assets, and OKCoin Japan announced plans to list SHIB.
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The Major Points of Shiba Inu (SHIB) listing at OKCoin:
- OKCoin will start to handle the crypto asset Shiba Inu (SHIB).
- The time to start handling the SHIB will be mid-February 2013
- The desired services include exchange services like trading and a sales office.
- OKCoin will further provide the latest information for the SHIB listing process on its website.
Brief History of OKCoin
OKCoin was established in 2013, and its headquarters are currently in San Francisco. It got a license to operate in Japan in the year 2020. OKCoin Japan now offers sixteen cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum, Litecoin (LTC), XRP, Tron (TRX), and also other altcoins like Enjin Coin (ENJ).