Shiba Inu (SHIB), the second-largest meme token in the market, appears to have been listed by the UK-based challenger bank Resolut, in a bid to expand its exposure to crypto-assets.
The fintech company, which has over 15 million users, seems to have implemented a function that allows the purchase of Shiba Inu (SHIB) on its trading app.
The Shiba Inu community started having seeing signs of possible support by Revolut after the fintech company modified its official Twitter handle cover photo.
In the cover image, the Shiba Inu Dog is seated in an office chair in front of a laptop, with a slogan on the wall, which says, “Never Settle.”
In a tweet on 2nd February, Revolut says, “Meet our newest hire, Chief Pet Officer, Sam. Can you guess what he’ll be announcing today?”
Meet our newest hire, Chief Pet Officer, Sam. Can you guess what he'll be announcing today? 👀 pic.twitter.com/71BQ3cunbX
— Revolut (@RevolutApp) February 2, 2022
Although there is no official announcement yet, the Shiba Inu community believes that all indications are pointing towards the fact that the UK-based challenger bank has green-lighted SHIB purchase on its trading platform.
Despite that the evidence we are seeing makes it reasonable to conclude that Revolut App has incorporated Shiba Inu (SHIB) on its trading app, the reason for not making an official announcement remains unclear.