Swapika, a London-based Shiba Inu exchange, embraces Shibarium technology

Shiba Inu’s L2 solution, Shibarium, will be integrated into London-based cryptocurrency exchange Swapika. In a recent tweet, Swapika said that the company will integrate Shibarium, known as a layer-2 solution, when it launches.

Non-custodial cryptocurrency exchange plans to increase the range of that it support for Shiba Inu ecosystem soon.

this new development Come on heels of Swabika decision to supply support for All three icons in Shiba Inu ecosystem: shiba inu (SHIB), shibaswap (BONE), and killer Dogecoin (LEASH).

Swapika users can now trade these icons for more Over 700 other cryptocurrencies without registration for account.

Adopt a cheparium on the rise

In addition to Swapika, ChangeNow, a headquartered crypto exchange, are both in New York and NOWPayments, an encrypted payment gateway in Holland also announced they intentions to add support for Shibarium as soon as the cryptocurrency was released.

NowNodes, a business that offer existing solutions on blockchain technologyhe have also revealed that more More than 300 partners are ready to develop on cheparium.

L2 solution developed By Shiba Inu, better known as Shibarium, is now going through a beta stage and has continued to do so record Great acceptance since then first foot.

cheparium network onString data

more current information From Puppyscan, f official Cluster Explorer for Puppynet, reports that the Shibarium Beta network has reached 14,518,730 wallets as of press time. In addition, the L2 network completed over 6.34 million transactions over 754,323 pieces in an average of 11.9 seconds per block.

Although the Shiba Inu development team An exact launch date has not yet been released of Shibarium Mainnet, President of SHIB, Shytoshi Kusama, said that completion of beta phase It may take two to four months before the main network goes live online.

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