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What is Shiba Inu (SHIB)?

Shiba Inu is not just another dog-themed crypto. It supports a growing fan base, with over 700k followers on the official Twitter account and nearly 200 members of its subreddit community. Shiba is also one of the first cryptos to actually give back to charity — having attracted the attention of Amazon Smile, together they collect donations to benefit Shiba Inu rescue efforts around the world.

Shiba Inu is offered on eToro as Shiba (in millions), a “lot” of one million Shiba Inu units, which allows the asset price to be clearly presented in a regular, two-decimal-point format. As with any other crypto asset on eToro, you can choose the amount you wish to invest, at or above the minimum required.

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