India-based Giottus crypto exchange, which positions itself on Twitter as a top-rated Indian digital exchange, spread the word on Dec. 30 about listing meme cryptocurrency Floki Inu.
The tweet stated that deposits would launch today, on the last day of 2021, at 6 p.m. (the time zone was not specified). The tweet also promises a 1,000 FLOKI present to any trader who makes a deposit of this meme crypto within the coming two weeks—before Jan. 15.
#NewYear bonanza for #FlokiVikings!?— Giottus Cryptocurrency Exchange (@giottus) December 30, 2021
We are opening #Floki deposits tomorrow at 6pm✨
To celebrate this, we are giving away 1000 FLOKI to every user who deposits FLOKI with #Giottus before Jan 15, 2022! ?#RT this to your fellow #Vikings?#Flokifam #GiottusIndianExchange pic.twitter.com/BSmbO6vTlS
FLOKI boasts several major listings this week
This is not the first listing of the Floki Inu coin on major exchanges announced at the end of December. On Dec. 30, Bitrue tweeted about adding the FLOKI/USDT pair to its trading list. This coincided with the news of a crypto whale purchasing a whopping 1.2 billion of these tokens.
Bitrue listed FLOKI on Wednesday but launched deposits the following day.
Last week, on Dec. 24, leading South Korean exchange Bithumb announced that it would list Floki Inu on its international subsidiary in Hong Kong, BitGlobal. FLOKI was to be listed on it on Dec. 27.
Originally, the exchange was called Bithumb Global but rebranded itself this summer. This Bithumb offshoot offers its services to clients in almost 200 countries around the world.
Floki Inu was inspired by Elon Musk's Shiba Inu puppy named Floki—the name taken from the popular TV series Vikings, where it belonged to an eccentric genius shipbuilder.
At the time of writing, FLOKI is changing hands at $0.0001057, according to data provided by CoinMarketCap, after hitting a peak of $0.0001078 earlier today.