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SuperJeweler enables payment with Bitpay; Shiba Inu, Dogecoin added options

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Shiba Inu [SHIB] amassed so much popularity over the last couple of months that it even overpowered the OG meme coin, DOGE. The novelty of the meme coin did not scare anyone as major firms were onboarding SHIB as a payment method. Similarly, a prominent crypto payments processor, BitPay included SHIB into its system. As a result of this inclusion, customers of Super Jeweler were allowed to make payments in SHIB.

In a recent announcement, Super Jeweler, a New York-based jewelry store revealed that it would be accepting payments in cryptocurrency through BitPay. The jewelry store hopes to lure in crypto lovers with its latest inclusion right before Valentine’s day. BitPay announced this partnership through Twitter. The tweet read,

As of now, BitPay supports payments in popular cryptocurrencies. This list includes meme coins like Shiba Inu and Dogecoin [DOGE]. Along with this, Bitcoin [BTC], Bitcoin [BCH], Ethereum [ETH], Litecoin [LTC] as well as Wrapped Bitcoin [WBTC], will reportedly be accepted by the firm.

The Shiba Inu community was ecstatic following this news as they await the big SHIB burn party scheduled for Valentine’s day. Additionally, BitPay integrated SHIB into its system back in November 2021.

Following the recent crypto carnage, the ranking of the meme coin took a hit. It slid down to the 15th position. This didn’t mar its popularity. A Candian crypto exchange with a daily trading volume of more than $500 million welcomed Shiba Inu, earlier today.

Biconomy Global announced that it had listed SHIB against USDT and was available to trade on the exchange. The exchange tweeted,

Surprisingly, the price of Shiba Inu did not witness any major surge following this listing. During the time of writing, the altcoin was trading for $0.00002188 with a 3.95% increase over the last 24-hours. The meme coin was most likely mirroring the ongoing sentiment of the market.

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