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More than 60M merchants worldwide will now accept $SHIB, $AVAX, and $XRP tokens

More than 60M  worldwide merchants are ready to accept payments made through popular cryptocurrencies such as Shiba Inu ($SHIB) and $XRP. While the former can be considered the most successful meme-inspired crypto token, $XRP has gained immense popularity through making cross-border payments easier.

According to a recent announcement made by Binance, one of the biggest crypto exchange platforms in the world, both these cryptocurrencies have been added as payment methods to the “Binance Card.’ 

Along with $SHIB and $XRP, another crypto that enjoyed this privilege is Avalanche ($AVAX), which is compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine.

Binance announcement of $SHIB on Binance card

The Binance Card is available only for users who are residing in the European Economic Area (EEA) and Ukrainian refugees, as Ukraine is being deemed a part of the EEA. 

Around 14 cryptocurrencies are operational on the Binance Card at the time of writing. These tokens include:

The inclusion of these three new cryptocurrencies does not change anything to the existing payment preferences. 

Even as the bear market continues, both $BNB and $SHIB have seen continued gains

While $BNB is believed to be exploring a phase of price discovery while outperforming $BTC, $SHIB on the other hand, has witnessed a surge in the numbers of $SHIB holders rising from one million to 1.2M within a span of eight months. 

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