Popular meme-inspired cryptocurrency Floki Inu ($FLOKI) has been listed on India’s “top-rated” cryptocurrency exchange Giottus with a FLOKI/INR trading pair, allowing users to trade Floki Inu directly for Indian rupees.

According to an announcement published by Floki Inu’s Twitter account, the trading pair is already live. As CryptoGlobe reported, last month the cryptocurrency was listed on a cryptocurrency exchange with over five million users, BitMart.

According to available data, Biottus is one of India’s most well-rated cryptocurrency platforms on Google, Trustpilot, and other platforms. It had a trading volume of over $200 million over the last 24-hour period, with its major trading pairs including BTC, ETH, LUNA, and USDT.

As CryptoGlobe reported, the community behind Floki Inu started a petition late last month asking leading cryptocurrency trading platform Binance for a listing on it. Getting listed on such an exchange would significantly improve the cryptocurrency’s liquidity. The petition now has little over 20,000 signatures.

Notably, the cryptocurrency’s rival meme-inspired crypto Shiba Inu ($SHIB), has been listed on Binance, Coinbase, Huobi, KuCoin, Bitfinex, and other major cryptocurrency trading platforms. SHIB has, however, resorted to a petition to be listed on another exchange, the commission-free trading platform Robinhood. That petition has garnered over 500,000 signatures.

In its petition, Floki mentioned its “super aggressive marketing campaigns worldwide” which it claims is helping it become a “more recognized cryptocurrency compared to many cryptocurrencies in the top 10 [by market capitalization].”

Floki Inu’s marketing has, indeed, attracted numerous investors including Glayber Contessoto, a  Dogecoin investor famous for investing his $250,000 life savings in the meme-inspired cryptocurrency in early February to become a millionaire, who now bet $125,000 on FLOKI.


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