(SHIB) edged further down on Nov. 24 as its appeal among the army of retail traders, who helped it rally by more than 535% to a record high of $0.00008854 earlier this year, declined.
SHIB’s price dropped by nearly 60% after establishing the said all-time high on Oct. 28, signaling that traders have been actively locking their Shiba Inu profits. That has further resulted in a substantial drop in SHIB’s benchmark instrument of SHIB/USDT volumes on Binance, underscoring a weak retail interest.
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