Twitter adds a nifty feature to Shiba Inu’s profile

Shiba Inu

Shiba Inu, an altcoin with a dog motif, has maintained its growth as Twitter this week gave the community a useful feature.

Despite the continued cold in the cryptocurrency market, SHIB, the native token of the Shiba Inu ecosystem, held steady at the $0.000009 level that was reached earlier this week.

After brutal trading in December, the value of the altcoin moved in green during the past several weeks, giving the Shib Army the impression that the year was off to a strong start.


According to the latest data from CoinMarketCap, SHIB was up 2.60% at $0.000009491 as of 2:38 am on Friday, with a 24-hour trading volume of $329,519,230.

Additionally, Twitter has added support for Shiba Inu cache tags as part of a new service launched last month. A nifty new feature allows users to monitor the price of their favorite crypto assets. This now includes the Shiba Inu.

This feature is easy to use as users only need to enter the dollar sign ($) along with the symbol of the crypto asset they are looking for. For example, you can get the latest Shiba Inu price by typing “$SHIB” in the search bar. The search results show the latest price charts and a link to the website of Robinhood, a popular crypto exchange platform and financial services company.

Twitter said he launched the service on December 21, promising users that it would “improve the user experience and expand the range of icons in the coming weeks.”

“Instead of hitting the link in the tweet, you can alternatively search for the icon directly.Most symbols work in search, with or without the $ symbol,” the social media platform said at the time.

The service is only “one of many product upgrades coming to financial Twitter,” according to Twitter CEO Elon Musk, who revealed this in December.

Earlier, the Shibarium development team had acknowledged that they were getting ready to launch the network’s beta version.

Before publicly establishing the layer-2 network, the company would first release the Shibarium documentation and beta, according to Shytoshi Kusama, the pseudonymous principal creator of Shiba Inu.