50 trillion SHIB Shiba inu enter in India for helping. Vitalik Buterin, the creator of Ethereum, on Wednesday donated Ethereum and “meme coins” worth $1.5 billion.
Buterin transferred 500 ETH and over 50 trillion SHIB (Shiba Inu), a meme coin, worth around $1.14 billion at the time of transaction, to the India COVID-Crypto Relief Fund.
India has been reporting over 350,000 daily infections and over 3,500 fatalities for the last two weeks. The second wave of the coronavirus has overwhelmed the South Asian nation’s healthcare system, leaving countless people to scramble for hospital beds, medical oxygen and other supplies.
Shiba inu coin is next dogecoin
New rival has arrived based on the logo of’ ‘Doge’ itself. Yes, a new coin with the name of ‘Shiba Inu’ has entered the world of cryptocurrencies. Dogecoin was first released into the market in 2013 as a joke by its creators, Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus. SInce then, the coin has grown in value to become an up and coming currency.
Not much is known as to from where the Shiba Inu coin came but it works as part of a decentralised exchange website. Fans are now wondering if the Shiba Inu coin will follow its predecessor and rival Dogecoin while aiming to hit $1.
I’m looking for a shiba pup!
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 7, 2021
The entire Internet knows that Elon Musk is obsessed with Dogecoin at this point. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO has been expressing his love for the meme cryptocurrency through his Twitter account for the past few months. Musk’s fondness for Dogecoin has grown so much that he now wants a Shiba Inu puppy, which is the breed of dog the cryptocurrency is based on. Musk expressed his wish by replying to Twitter user Hiro Mizuno’s tweet about owning Shiba dogs. Replying to Musk’s wish, Mizuno said, “Why not adopt a pup on your visit to Japan, their original home? Bring him/her back to Texas with you!”