This is what Robinhood CFO had to say about a ‘Shiba Inu’ listing

Vinod Dsouza
Robinhood Listing Shiba Inu
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The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Robinhood, Jason Warnick attended the WSJ CFO Network Summit which was an online event. The top executive spoke in length about the exchange platforms’ future prospects and exchanged ideas about investments and finance. However, at the end of the session, Warnick was asked by a user if Robinhood intends to list meme-cryptocurrencies on their platform. The user inadvertently meant Shiba Inu, despite not telling out the token name.

Warnick was tactful with his response and stated that the company has kept its ears open. “countless requests to add more cryptocurrencies have not fallen on deaf ears.” He continued, “It’s not lost on us that our customers and others would like to see us add more coins.”

However, he did not confirm if the exchange platform will add meme-cryptos or SHIB on board anytime soon. The CFO remained tight-lipped about upcoming listings and immediately went on to answer the next question which wasn’t related to cryptos.

The top management at Robinhood has remained cautious in their answers with regard to SHIB. Its CEO Vlad Tenev didn’t give a straight answer to a yes or no question about listing SHIB by Jim Cramer during a CNBC segment. However, Its crypto division head, Christine Brown said in an interview to Decrypt that Robinhood “is not in a hurry to list” Shiba Inu.

Despite all of these statements, investors firmly believe that Robinhood will list Shiba Inu sometime in 2022. Robinhood’s revenues are dipping and its stocks are falling, therefore they could get SHIB on board to generate profits.

Robinhood to List Shiba Inu In February 2022?

Political news website Zero Hedge took to Twitter a few days ago claiming that Robinhood will list SHIB in February. They also called it development “is about 6 months too late”. Zero Hedge tweeted the statement in capital letters giving an impression that their speculation will not go wrong.

“SHIBA INU ROBINHOOD LISTING SAID TO COME AS EARLY IN FEB. This is about 6 months too late,” they tweeted.

Even First Squawk, a global financial news service tweeted the same an hour later from Zero Hedge. “SHIBA INU ROBINHOOD LISTING SAID TO COME AS EARLY IN FEB,” they tweeted.

However, we will have to wait and watch for an official confirmation from Robinhood regarding a Shiba Inu listing. At the time of publishing, Shiba Inu was trading at $0.00003146 and is down -2.55% in the 24-hours day trade.