Shiba Inu (SHIB) discussed on a very popular FM radio channel in Argentina

Shiba Inu (SHIB), the hottest dog-themed token on the market, is getting much-needed attention around the world as it was recently featured on Urbana Play 104.3 FM, one top rated FM channels in Argentina.

The FM channel is located in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. According to data from reliable apps, FM radio is listened to by more than 50,000 people daily.

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The video of the invaluable mention of Shiba Inu (SHIB) by Julieta Schulkin, the radio show host, was shared by a community member.

Subtitling the video of Julieta Schulkin in the studio, the Internet user tweeted, “The power of community is incredible. I want to show you what Argentina made possible today. @chulkinet on a radio show in the city of “Buenos Aires” at the station: @UrbanaPlayFm talked about Shiba Inu. We appreciate the @ShibaInuArmyArg effort. So, @RipioApp WEN $SHIB? »

Reacting to the tweet, Julieta Schulkin wrote, “The power of the Shiba Inu.”

What Julieta Schulkin Said About Shiba Inu (SHIB)

During her show on the FM channel, she enlightened her thousands of listeners, especially the people of Argentina, about what the popular Shiba Inu (SHIB) cryptocurrency is.

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During the program, Schulkin described Shiba Inu as one of the most popular dog-themed cryptocurrencies in the world and it is currently supported by many companies.

She went further by sharing the news of Shiba Inu acceptance on the XcelTrip platform, where SHIB can be used by travelers to book 2.3 million hotels, over 450 airline service providers and car rental service providers in over 70 countries.

With this realization, Shiba Inu (SHIB) is apparently gaining much-needed traction across the world, which many cryptocurrencies in the market are currently not getting.

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