Finally, shiba inu coin is available on Robinhood

The wait is over for the shibheads: Robinhood is finally letting customers buy and sell shiba inu coin, a popular token whose supporters have been lobbying the online brokerage to list it.

Robinhood announced the addition of four cryptocurrencies to the trading app Tuesday, including compound, polygon and solana.

In a statement, Steve Quirk, Robinhood's chief brokerage officer, said the company was “excited to add more choices for our customers

as we work to make Robinhood the best place to invest in crypto.” Quirk said Robinhood uses “a rigorous framework” in evaluating

new assets for listing. CEO Vlad Tenev has said that the company was taking a cautious approach to adding new tokens.

"We're going to be very careful,” Tenev told analysts on an earnings call last year.

“We're a regulated entity, and we're hopeful to get some clarity soon on coins."