A petition to list Floki Inu on Binance reached 10,000 signatures as the memecoin continues to push for wider adoption from cryptocurrency exchanges.
The petition, called ‘Time for Binance to list Floki Inu’, now has 10,647 supporters after launching last month.
As Floki Inu only launched in June 2021, it is not currently available on any mainstream cryptocurrency exchanges. Currently, prospective Floki Inu holders can buy FLOKI through PancakeSwap, Uniswap, or BitMart.
Floki Holders Want Binance Listing
D.C Collins, the creator of the petition, explained the reasons Floki holders want to see Binance add Floki Inu.
“FLOKI holders are frustrated with a lack of avenues to trade FLOKI though and want to be able to trade it on Binance,” they wrote. “The volume FLOKI has gotten without any major exchange proves strong demand and interest in it - and a Binance listing will mutually benefit FLOKI and the Binance platform.”
With a self-reported 320,000 holders and a market cap of $1.65 trillion, Floki is among the most popular memecoins.
The official Floki Inu Twitter account also shared the petition. It stated, “We are inundated by requests from users who want to be able to trade $FLOKI on Binance.”
So, will Binance list Floki Inu?
Well, it’s certainly possible, as long as the Floki Inu team submits a listing application.
The Binance Support website gives several pointers for teams attempting to get listed on their exchange. It cautions against trying to “pressure us into listing your coin by spreading FUD or negative comments about Binance”. The site also warns against “asking your community to over-aggressively shill your coin”.
Regardless, it’s likely only a matter of time before some exchanges, Binance or not, list Floki Inu. In its FAQs, Floki Inu states:
We have some offers from centralised exchanges which will be disclosed as we are near to listing on these exchanges.
Floki Inu is currently priced at $0.00018427 - down 31% in the last week and up 148% in the last month. Floki has rolled out a marketing blitz that included a partnership with Tyson Fury and advertising on the London Underground.
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