Holds 20% of Its Reserves in Meme Token SHIB – Notable cryptocurrency exchange revealed today that it holds 20% of its reserves in the Shiba Inu (SHIB) token—a highly speculative “meme coin.”

Data from blockchain analysis firm Nansen shows that the platform holds the largest share (31%) of its digital assets in Bitcoin, followed by SHIB at 20%. Nansen’s data reveals that has about $570 million worth of the Ethereum-based meme coin.’s reserves also feature a significant quantity of Ethereum itself, making up about 17% of the firm’s holdings, while the Tether (USDT) and USDC stablecoins each make up about 5% of the exchange’s reserves. Various other cryptocurrencies and tokens collectively account for another 20% of the total.

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The exchange revealed its reserves through an array of wallet addresses, which Nansen then collected into a single dashboard. CEO Kris Marszalek confirmed the data from the dashboard via a tweet, and said that the exchange will provide additional details on its complete holdings in the next couple of weeks.