Here’s On What Condition Another Billion SHIB Will Be Burnt, Major SHIB Account Says
A verified Twitter account related to Shiba Inu (SHIB), called "Ask The Doctor," has announced to its 55.7K followers two conditions that need to be fulfilled to get another billion SHIB coins burned, i.e., sent to an address from which they cannot be withdrawn and thus removed from circulation.
One of these conditions includes double growth in the number of supporters compared to what the SHIB listed on Robinhood has now.
One million signatures for SHIB on Robinhood
The petition launched on change.org that asks for Shiba Inu to be added by the popular trading app Robinhood has been signed by 549,180 users. The next goal is one million signatures from the Shiba Inu community.
This is the first condition voiced by the "Ask the Doctor" Twitter account owner(s). The second condition is that the tweet must be retweeted 25,000 times.
Our team @askthedr pledges to burn another 1B $shib tokens when both these goals are met:1) This petition hits 1M signatureshttps://t.co/u9h1ywwsCc2) This tweet gets retweeted at least 25,000 [email protected] @vladtenev #shiba #shibarmy #shibainu #shib— Ask The Doctor ® (@askthedr) December 12, 2021
The SHIB community has been requesting Robinhood to list SHIB for several months already, hoping that this would push the meme crypto, positioned as a Dogecoin killer, to new all-time highs.
As reported by U.Today previously, overall in November, around two billion SHIB coins were burned by the Shiba Inu community.
SHIB now accepted by top-tier companies
On Dec. 12, U.Today covered that several major companies had started accepting SHIB for their goods and services.
Among them are Flexa, backed by the Winklevoss crypto twins, Gamestop, luxury retailer Nordstorm, Bed Bath & Beyond, Petco, Ulta Beauty and other high-end retail companies.
Earlier, electronics retail company Newegg and chain of movie theatres AMC also announced that it will start accepting the second-most popular meme cryptocurrency.Source