A popular NFL player tweeted that he was buying more Shiba Inu.
Brandon King, who plays for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL), made a statement on Twitter and said that he bought more SHIB tokens. Currently, the token is almost 50% behind its all-time high of $0.00008845, which it reached on October 28.
Other than that, there aren’t many tweets dedicated to the Shiba Inu or any other crypto in King’s Twitter thread.
As previously reported, a US rapper, YouTuber, and comedian known as FunnyMike also tweeted that he had purchased 817.4 million SHIB by investing $60,000 in this meme crypto token.
Although the SHIB price has been on the rise recently on the news that the Kraken exchange is planning to list it, there has been a great disappointment with Kraken postponing this listing.
Meanwhile, Change.com, which wants SHIB to be listed on the Robinhood app. The petition at org garnered nearly 500,000 signatures. So far, two Robinhood competitors have listed the cryptocurrency: Public. com and Canadian-based online brokerage service Wealthsimple.