Robinhood CEO Vladimir Tenev addressed a series of rumors surrounding the Shiba Inu on CNBC’s “Mad Money” on October 21.
When host Jim Cramer asked if the leading online trading app would like to list the popular token, Teven replied that there were a lot of people in that community and he had heard of them. Still, he apparently avoided the question and didn’t give an answer that the listing would actually happen. This led to more speculation.
After an awkward pause, Teven stressed that Robinhood only offers seven tokens, and the company prioritizes security:
U. As reported by Today, Robinhood rival Public. com added support for the Shiba Inu earlier this month.
America’s leading crypto exchange Coinbase also added support for SHIB in September.
285 000 Signatures Collected
Meanwhile, Change.com prepared for the Shiba Inu to be listed on Robinhood. org petition has already exceeded 285,000 signatures.