As the ecosystem that Shibnobi is creating grows and gains traction, the challenges that this brings are increasing as well. The team, led by Cliff is pleased to make the following announcement to tackle these challenges and to set new standards:
Buyback and Burn
Within the DeFi world, token liquidity – which is what DEXs use to enable trading of tokens, has pools that are represented as a 50/50 split between the token itself and its pegged counterpart. I.e.: SHINJA is pegged to ETH.
The Shibnobi team intends to withdraw $4.2M ($2.1M in ETH, $2.1M in SHINJA) from the liquidity pool and subsequently perform a $2.1M ETH buyback over the next three weeks ($700K each week).
At the end of the three weeks, Shibnobi would then burn all these purchased tokens. As liquidity continues to grow, the team will continue to implement this type of buybacks to reduce supply, increase price, and stabilize the liquidity pool.
Missing Tokens Resolved
Shibnobi is also pleased to inform the investing public that the issue of missing tokens that occurred a few days after the buyback has been resolved. It was reported in the community that some tokens were missing in every wallet. Cliff and his team swung into action, identified the cause of the incident, and aimed to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.
The team assured all community members that they won’t lose any dollar value in their tokens: the percentage of the supply, market cap, and holder positions remain the same after the incident. To build trust and investors’ confidence, the team has increased reflection tax to 8% from 6% and conducted the remaining $1.4M buyback in small increments over a few days rather than $700K each week.
Shibnobi introduces Shibnobi Software, a new division that will offer different software services, including auditing, consulting, and software development. The new service will help promote other projects at a cost that will be paid in $SHINJA.
Shibnobi’s Dojoswap is a multi-chain swap platform designed to resolve the lack of user-friendly tools for Ethereum Virtual Machine compatible chains. It was developed by the Shibnobi team on a decentralized automated market maker protocol and uses liquidity pools that guarantee smooth blockchain transactions.
Dojoswap is compatible with popular blockchains like Ethereum, Polygon and Binance Smart Chain, but plans to expand this to additional EVM-compatible chains over the short to mid-term.
Dojoswap only permits the listing of tokens or projects on its protocol that have undergone a precheck, as well as KYC verification by Certik. Visit the official website and click on the apply button to begin listing your project.
DojoSwap Weekly Listing Report
Here is a weekly recap of the DojoSwap listing.
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Shibnobi was launched in November 2021 by a team of experienced blockchain experts led by Cliff. Shibnobi is the world’s most deadly Shiba. It aims to refine the decentralized finance space and create different streams of passive income through a reflection mechanism for users and community members. Its native token, $Shinja, is deflationary and built on Kusari Blockchain.
The token operates through the POS consensus. $Shinja has been listed on different exchanges, including Uniswap, BitMart, Fegex, Lbank, HotBit, and ProBit.