An unknown crypto investor bought 20 trillion units of Shiba Inu for nearly $ 1.15 billion on Sunday amid the ‘canine’ cryptocurrency boom, according to data from Etherscan.
The transaction took place on November 7 at 2:21 (GMT), and the buyer paid a commission of just over $ 19.
This November 8, the currency traded at $ 0.000058 per unit and during the last month its value increase a 1.000%.
The Shiba Inu meme cryptocurrency, an ERC-20 token based on the Ethereum blockchain, was created in August 2020 by alias ‘Ryoshi’, as an alternative to dogecoin, which also uses a Japanese shiba inu dog as your logo.
Shiba Inu allows its investors to save millions and even trillions of tokens in their virtual wallets.