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SHIB users are dissatisfied as Robinhood rejects a new token listing

  • According to CFO Jason Warnick, Robinhood has no plans to issue additional tokens anytime soon
  • The Shiba Inu community is disappointed by the news
  • Robinhood has stated that it has no intentions to add additional tokens to its cryptocurrency trading platform in the near future

The announcement appears to have left Shiba Inu (SHIB) and its community disappointed, since they expected to see a Robinhood-SHIB listing on the market.

The project, according to Robinhood CFO Jason Warnick, is also a danger to other current tokens that are looking for additional ways to get listed on the platform. "We know our clients want new coins," he added. "The message is loud and clear." Furthermore, Warnick indicated that Robinhood is committed to new assets, although he did not discuss the company's plans to sell the tokens.

In addition, Robinhood has created a pilot crypto wallet programme that will be available to everyone in March, with the purpose of expanding and improving the platform's overall well being. In addition, Robinhood stated that it has a new plan and effort in the works to introduce cryptocurrency goods and a debit card in the coming months.

While the Robinhood community waits to see how the wallet may be put to use, Warnick believes the wallet can be a long-term strategic asset for the crypto market industry.

"This is an once-in-a-lifetime chance." We believe it is still early, but crypto wallets are a necessary experience."

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