The effects of Dogecoin (DOGE), which Elon Musk glorified, were not limited to himself, and as it is known, many similar cryptocurrencies entered the market. Among them, the first to enter the market Shiba Inu (SHIB) Although not, it was definitely the SHIB that rose the most. Known as the Dogecoin killer, the Shiba Inu is now entering a new market.
SHIB Enters South Korea
Korbit, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea, has officially announced that it will list the Shiba Inu in its announcement today. It is known that crypto money regulations in South Korea are very harsh, but the potential is just as great. For this reason, it is of great importance that the Seoul-based cryptocurrency exchange will give its customers the right to buy and sell SHIB. Users will be able to trade in Korean won-based trading pair starting tomorrow.
In addition to SHIB, the Layer 2 project named Injective Protocol (INJ) will enter the market and will be listed by Korbit. Korbit has been one of the rare exchanges to oppose harsh regulations and has managed to respond to every call of the regulator in its country. Bithumb, Coinone, and Korbit are currently the only three crypto exchanges that can offer won trading, which really shows how important it is to have SHIB listed here. SHIB, on the other hand, is still not able to recover after its latest rise.