Bitstamp, a cryptocurrency exchange, has confirmed that it would list the meme coin Shiba Inu. The exchange initially indicated that SHIB would be listed on December 9th, but this was called off after Bitstamp stated that they were experiencing technical difficulties listing the digital asset. Following the concerns, the listing of the meme coin was postponed indefinitely.

Shiba Inu’s integration onto the Bitstamp platform was halted after the exchange encountered technical difficulties bringing the meme coin on board. As a result, the platform’s listing of the token was halted. The listing, which the community had eagerly awaited, had been put on indefinite hold due to the challenges that the exchange has been attempting to resolve.

Bitstamp informed the community on December 9th, when the coin was intended to go live that they were having difficulties bringing the cryptocurrency onto their platform. In a tweet, the crypto exchange mentioned “technical issues” that would delay the listing of the meme coin.


The listing on Bitstamp would have placed the meme coin on Europe’s largest crypto exchange. Shiba Inu had already made its way through all of the top ten cryptocurrency exchanges and was making its way down the list.

Shiba Inu price chart from TradingView.com

Bitstamp took to Twitter once more to reassure the Shiba Inu community that the digital asset was still listed. It has been a week after the first scheduled listing date, and SHIB has failed to debut on the marketplace. So Bitstamp addressed the community, assuring them that the Shiba Inu listing would still go forward and that this was merely a momentary hiccup.


On the other hand, Shiba Inu will no longer be available at Europe’s largest cryptocurrency exchange in 2021. The exchange noted in the tweet that while the altcoin will still be listed, it will not be in 2022.

The meme coin’s adoption rate has already risen in 2021, waiting for 2022 to list on Bitstamp does not detract from the idea. It is, without a doubt, the breakout star of 2021, which has created a slew of crypto billionaires in its wake.

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