Floki Inu (FLOKI) signs a petition for Binance and Coinbase listings
- Floki Inu has opened a petition to be listed in Binance.
- The petition has since gathered over 14,000 signatures.
- The Floki Inu community is also running another petition to be listed on Coinbase.
As the meme coin community continues to grow, the Floki Inu token is creating much buzz across the crypto space, and it is currently one of the most talked-about meme tokens. The Floki Inu community is now working on a petition for a Binance listing.
Floki Inu petitions Binance for listing
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The Floki Inu community has created a petition on Change.org that has since seen more than 14,000 signatures. The meme coin is one of the newest ones in the market, and in just four months, its market cap has grown to $2.6 billion, and it now ranks as the top 70 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization.
The petition cites this growth as one of the reasons why Binance should list the token. Moreover, the petition also stated that Floki Inu now has more than 310,000 holders and its trading volumes peaking at $280 million, despite failing to list on any of the leading exchanges.
The Floki Inu community is also running another petition to get listed on Coinbase. This petition has garnered around 30,000 signatures.
Floki Inu’s marketing tactics
Floki Inu further states that it has invested in “super aggressive marketing campaigns worldwide.” According to the community, the marketing campaigns have made the meme coin even more popular than some of the largest coins by market cap.
The latest marketing campaign by Floki Inu was done on the London public transport system. The token ran an ad that stated, “Missed Doge? Get Floki.” However, the London Transport Authority has not received the ad well, which has since ordered a crackdown on cryptocurrency ads.
The authority brought down the Floki Inu ad and stated that it would prevent similar ads from public places. The authority stated that promoting unregulated financial assets could make investors who are less informed to make losses due to the risky nature of the market.
However, the Floki Inu team countered the ad crackdown in London, stating that it was “an attack against cryptocurrency and against the people’s freedom of choice.”