Here’s how Shiba Inu is veering into the medical world


Shiba Inu [SHIB] has been taking its investors into a wide range of industries. Food, fashion, real estate, and now medicine. With several ‘partnershibs’ already in place, the asset continued to score new deals. In a similar case, SHIB managed to amass a place at a clinic in Venezuela.

Xanders Shib pointed out that CANAÁN, a clinic that has been in the picture for over 16 years now decided to accept Shiba Inu for payments. SHIB wasn’t the only asset accepted by the platform. According to a recent post, cryptocurrencies like Dogecoin [DOGE], Ethereum [ETH], Bitcoin [BTC], Solana [SOL], Binance Coin [BNB], Cardano [ADA], and a few others were accepted by the clinic.

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The inclusion of Shiba Inu would make CANAÁN the very first clinic to accept the altcoin for payments.

You can now buy Churros with Shiba Inu

After burgers, Shiba Inu seemed to be exploring Mexican food. A restaurant named Churrería La Antigua in Spain was aiding the altcoin’s move by accepting SHIB for payments.

200 billion SHIB tokens are now in this ETH whale’s control

The meme coin revolution gave birth to Shiba Inu [SHIB]. The asset managed to garner immense attention from across the globe. Ethereum [ETH] whales were also part of this list as they have been splurging on the altcoin for the longest time now. More recently, an ETH whale made a monumental purchase of over 200 billion SHIB tokens.

WhaleStats took to Twitter to announce this movement. The ETH whale reportedly bought a total of 200,588,182,473 SHIB that was worth $4.9 million.

Following a brief uptrend, Shiba Inu was back in the red arena. The entire market had slowly started bleeding and SHIB mirrored this sentiment. During press time, the altcoin was trading for $0.00002455 with a dainty drop of 0.60 percent over the last 24-hours. The slew of ‘partnershibs’ and whales seemed to have minimal impact on the price of the altcoin.

The market cap of Shiba Inu, however, managed to stay at a high of $13.50 billion.