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“Shibarium: Achieving Milestones and Expanding Community Support”

Shibarium, the Layer-2 platform, has reached a significant milestone, with a total of 4,104,874 transactions recorded in just under three months of its existence. This achievement highlights the platform’s rapid growth and increasing popularity among users.

Furthermore, Shibarium has recently undergone a relaunch in late August, further fueling its growth. The platform now boasts an impressive 1,270,844 wallet addresses and a total of 1,780,380 blocks, with an average block time of 5.0 seconds.

In addition to these milestones, Shibarium has introduced new features aimed at fostering network development and community engagement. Notably, the platform has implemented a new “Donate” feature, providing users with a simple way to financially support non-profit auditors who play a crucial role in maintaining the network’s efficiency and security.

In positive listing news, Japanese cryptocurrency exchange BitTrade has started offering SHIB lending services just one month after listing the digital asset. This development allows SHIB holders to use their tokens to settle car loans through BitPay.

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Excitingly, BitPay has recently announced that its application now enables users to pay car loans using Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, including Shiba Inu. This means that Shiba Inu owners can utilize BitPay Bill Pay to make loan repayments to almost any lender, including popular car brands like Toyota, Honda, Ford, Chevrolet, BMW, Mercedes, and many others.

BitPay Bill Pay, a service offered by BitPay, supports cryptocurrency payments using a wide range of digital currencies, including Shiba Inu. This integration provides Shiba Inu holders with greater flexibility and convenience when managing their financial obligations.

Disclaimer: The information provided is not financial advice. does not take any responsibility for investments made based on the information provided in this article. We recommend consulting a qualified specialist or financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

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