Shiba Inu’s LEASH Debuts on StealthEX, Enabling Swapping with More Than 400 Crypto Assets

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This allows the exchange of LEASH with any of the 400+ crypto assets supported by the platform

This enables the swapping of LEASH with any of the more than 400 crypto assets supported by the platform

Noncustodial trading platform StealthEX has announced that it now supports DOGE killer LEASH on its platform. This enables the swapping of LEASH with any of the more than 400 crypto assets supported by the platform.

SHIB is now listed on over 100 crypto exchanges, including Coinbase, Binance, Kucoin, Huobi, Voyager,, and Kraken. In April, SHIB made its way to the Robinhood app to the excitement of Shiba Inu fans.

Likewise in April, BitKan, a cryptocurrency exchange based in Singapore and Japan, listed the Shiba Inu ecosystem token BONE. LEASH and BONE also made their debut on SimpleHold, a light wallet for Bitcoin, Ethereum and many other assets.

Shiba Inu gains 15,000 new users, top whale buys 455 million SHIBs

As reported by WhalesStatsETH whale “BlueWhale0073”, ranked 303rd on WhaleStats, just bought 455,957,607,129 SHIB, or $4,933,461.

Since the beginning of May, Shiba Inu has received nearly 16,000 new holders. The total number of SHIB holders is currently 1,155,471, according to WhaleStats. The figure was around 1,139,916 by the end of April. Although an increase in holders may not have an immediate influence on the price, it can indicate long-term interest in an asset and, hence, remains a positive signal.

According to data from CoinMarketCap, the price of Shiba Inu is currently trading at $0.0000142, which represents an increase of almost 36.38% in the last 24 hours. On May 12, SHIB dropped to intraday lows of $0.000008, briefly adding a zero to its price. Shiba Inu has since recovered from its 2022 lows, hitting intraday highs of $0.000014 on May 13.


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