Brandon King, a member of the New England Patriots of the National Football League, has announced that he will be purchasing more SHIB coins on Twitter.
The token is currently on the decline after dropping over half of its value since hitting an all-time high of $0.00008845 on Oct. 28. Aside from that, King’s Twitter stream does not contain many tweets on Shiba Inu or any other cryptocurrency.
Im buying more #SHIB— Brandon King (@BrandonKing4787) November 4, 2021
FunnyMike, a rapper, YouTube and Vine vlogger, and comedian from the United States, also tweeted that he bought 817.4 million SHIB for $60,000 by investing in the meme crypto token.
The price of SHIB has risen recently as a result of news that the Kraken exchange is planning to list it. The Shiba Inu army was greatly disappointed when the crypto trading venue backpedaled on its promise at the last minute. Meanwhile, a Change.org petition requesting that SHIB be added to the Robinhood app has nearly 500,000 signatures.
However, two Robinhood competitors have listed the coin so far: Public.com and Wealthsimple, a Canadian online brokerage.