Shiba Inu price started an uptrend as the meme coin’s adoption across real-world businesses increased. Pizzeria, fashion labels and fast-food joints now accept Shiba Inu, through NowPayments, a payment gateway.
Shiba Inu price has posted double-digit gains over the past week as the global adoption of the meme coin is on the rise. NowPayments, a cryptocurrency payment gateway, has facilitated the acceptance of Shiba Inu as payment at fast-food chain Welly’s, fashion label John Richmond and pizzeria Sorbillo.
NowPayments has introduced a fee-burning mechanism that allows merchants to burn a fixed percentage of their profits in Shiba Inu. Historically, a reduction in Shiba Inu’s circulating supply makes the remaining tokens valuable. Therefore, the community has placed a higher emphasis on the regular burn of Shiba Inu, reducing the supply of the Dogecoin-killer token in circulation.
Sorbillo’s jumped on the Shiba Inu bandwagon in late 2021, offering a 5% discount to the SHIB community and supporting the meme coin before it became mainstream.
Fast-food chain Welly’s is a burger joint that recently adopted Shiba Inu as its mascot and underwent complete rebranding. The fully-fledged restaurant chain is driving SHIB adoption higher among real-world businesses.
John Richmond, founded by a British fashion designer, was started in the 80s and has established an NFT partnership with Shiba Inu. The fashion house accepts SHIB and LEASH through NowPayments.
Analysts have evaluated the Shiba Inu price trend and predicted a 30% upswing in the Dogecoin-killer token. FXStreet analysts believe Shiba Inu price could retest $0.000026. However, the Ichimoku cloud is thinning out considerably, and Shiba Inu price is lagging. When the cloud thins it can indicate the trend is weak and the price may be at risk of a reversal.
If the Shiba Inu price rally continues, however, the meme coin could maintain its uptrend and post a 30% upswing.
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