The Shiba Inu token, SHIB, has once again capitalized on Solana's (SOL) recent failures. The SOL price fell more than 6% as a result of the major crypto exchanges withdrawing support from USDC and USDT on Solana today. The drop, in turn, lowered Solana's market capitalization by $300 million and dropped SOL to 14th place in CoinMarketCap's ranking.
SHIB, on the other hand, found itself in 13th place on this list. This is not to say that the price of the Shiba Inu token showed any positivity, rather the opposite is true. However, the bottom line is that with SHIB's price at a multi-month low, Shiba Inu is higher than ever in the market cap top.
SHIB is now capitalized at $4.97 billion, $38 million more than Solana, but almost a billion less than DAI, the decentralized stablecoin from Maker DAO. Shiba Inu (SHIB) market capitalization was at its peak almost a year ago, when it reached a value of $43.5 billion.
The latest negativity around Solana (SOL) was caused by the suspension, and in the case of the OKX exchange, the rejection of USDC and USDT deposits on this blockchain.
Solana is one of the biggest victims of FTX's collapse, not least because of its affiliation with the infamous exchange. The head of FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried, has repeatedly cheered for Solana and claimed that the project has every chance of becoming number one in the crypto sphere, overtaking Bitcoin and Ethereum.