Shiba Inu: Pay with SHIB on Amazon and Netflix – Huge step in adoption
Per multiple reports, SHIB token holders can now pay their subscription for Netflix’s streaming service and shop on amazon using any of the tokens from the SHIB ecosystem. In addition, the FCFPay Visa card, which is acceptable on Amazon and Netflix, makes payment with SHIB, bone, and leash tokens possible.
In a recent announcement, Canada-based crypto payment gateway, FCFPay, stated that its crypto card users could subscribe to various award-winning documentaries, TV shows, movies, and animes on Netflix and pay for products and services on amazon. In addition, FCFPay explained that payments would be successful once users have sufficient crypto tokens to cover the payments they want to make.
As previously reported, FCFPay started supporting payments with SHIB, BONE, and LEASH tokens three months ago. Following the listing, over 5 million online stores across 195 nations started accepting these three tokens from the SHIB ecosystem as payment methods.
SHIB’s broader adoption continues to grow daily. Recently, a partnership with a top digital fundraising platform, The Giving Back, made it possible for the Virunga national park (Africa’s oldest national park) to start accepting SHIB tokens as donations. Earlier, BitPay and Germany-based SAP SE (an enterprise app software firm) partnered to enable the latter’s employees to receive part of their salary in SHIB tokens.
Also, BitPay recently partnered with BlueSnap (a global payments company) to enable BlueSnap to start accepting SHIB payments. Earlier in the week, CertiK (a crypto security platform) ranked Shiba Inu as the second safest crypto project, with polygon ranked number one.
Meanwhile, Etherscan.io data has revealed that the 7th biggest SHIB Whale bought 96.74 billion SHIB tokens in one transaction. The data also showed that this top Shiba Inu Whale has been purchasing huge SHIB tokens in the past week.
The top SHIB investor has added more than 322 billion SHIB tokens (valued at about $31.9 million) to his wallet in nine transactions between last Thursday and today. The Whale made his biggest SHIB token purchase last Thursday when he bought 131.63 billion SHIB tokens worth nearly $1.4 million in one transaction.
Adding these new holdings means this SHIB Whale now holds 15.63 trillion SHIB tokens (worth about $155 million). Meanwhile, the famous blockchain analytics firm, WhaleStats, revealed via Twitter that the top 500 Ethereum Whales still hold the largest amount of SHIB tokens.
This positive news about Shiba Inu hasn’t been reflected in SHIB’s price. The price of the meme-themed token is down 2.48 percent in the last 24 hours and 7.43 percent over the previous seven days.