Esports App Now Accepts Shiba Inu and Other Crypto Through FTX


Player prop daily fantasy sports site ThriveFantasy now accepts Shiba Inu and other cryptocurrencies. With the help of its new cooperation with the cryptocurrency exchange FTX, ThriveFantasy has made it possible for users to conduct cryptographic transactions on its site.

One of the best apps for player props for daily and e-sports fantasy games. With Thrive, you may participate in a wide range of conventional sports and games like Dota 2, as well as esports tournaments like League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

SHIB was listed by FTX in May 2021 after a significant rise in value. FTX supports various cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana, Uniswap, and Dogecoin.

SlingTV, American Cancer Society, Newegg, Menufy, Carolina Hurricanes, and Twitch are just a few of the businesses already taking Shiba Inu payments using BitPay.

According to U.Today, additional firms that take SHIB and other cryptocurrencies include NOYACK Logistics Income, Ubersmith, Bake N More café in Dubai, and a number of other businesses.

The freshly created Shiba Inu burn page is gaining a lot of traction. More than 15 billion tokens have been destroyed, as reported by U.Today, as SHIB holders systematically destroyed their tokens. Scarcity (produced by burning) may raise the price of tokens, benefitting investors, although this is not always guaranteed, according to the burnshibaswap website.

On April 26, Shiba Inu fell to a low of $0.0000225 before rebounding somewhat to $0.0002399. Currently, SHIB is trading at $0.0000232, providing whales with an excellent chance to get the stock at a reduced price.

Ethereum whale “BlueWhale0073,” according to WhaleStats, has purchased an additional 70,000,000,000 Shiba Inus worth $1,619,800. Shiba Inu has once again surpassed all other whale tokens in terms of USD value.

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