Sao Paulo FC, a Brazilian football team, now takes Shiba and cryptocurrency as payment for tickets. Bitso, the official sponsor and partner of Sao Paulo, a professional football club founded in 1930, has announced its acceptance of cryptocurrencies.
Members of Sao Paulo’s Socio Torcedor programme, including Shiba Inu, may now buy tickets for their team’s matches using cryptocurrencies, according to a tweet on its member fan page. In early January, Bitso announced that Shiba would be supported on its platform.
Sao Paulo FC has accepted SHIB via BitPay, according to a SHIB user. BitPay, a cryptocurrency payment processor, began accepting Shiba in late 2021, allowing SHIB to be spent at hundreds of BitPay shops that accept Shiba.
Whales are accumulating on Shiba Inus.
On June 3, “BlueWhale0073,” an ETH whale known for his May buying binge, purchased 129,525,133,807 SHIB worth $1,413,119. SHIB’s price has been consolidating in a narrow range between $0.0000106 and $0.0000113, indicating that a change is approaching. The meme crypto was traded at $0.0000107 at the time of publication, down 0.41 percent in the last 24 hours according to CoinMarketCap statistics.
As this metric count represents growth, Shiba has added thousands of holders in just a few days. The total number of SHIB holders is currently 1,175,413, according to WhaleStats.