What would crypto be without canine-based tokens? Probably a lot less chaotic, but that didn’t stop an anonymous dude called ‘Ryoshi’ from creating Shiba Inu in 2020 — which, thanks to the so-called ‘Shib Army’ and Vitalik Buterin famously burning 40% of the supply, saw massive gains during 2021. Unlike fellow crypto-canine DOGE which operates on its own blockchain, Shiba Inu is based on Ethereum to give it increased scalability. To date, some of its use cases include an NFT "artistic Shiba movement" and a campaign via AmazonSmile to collect donations to rescue real Shiba Inu dogs. Pretty cool.
The meme token extraordinaire Shiba Inu is ready for its next big leap – a full blown layer 2 network.
Metaverse madness is coming head to head with unbreakable market bearishness.
Shiba Inu runs slightly ahead of the crypto pack on Thursday as soaring burn rates get people’s attention.
Investors are blowing on those dog whistles this week and crypto’s fave meme coins come running.
Smoke plumes out of the kennels once again as SHIB opens its burn portal to investors.
Doggy coin fans, this is not a drill: Shiba Inu has finally earned itself a spot on Robinhood – along with four other altcoins, all of which seem happy as Larry with the news.
Shiba Inu developers have launched a new virtual reality venture – SHIB: The Metaverse.
Blockchain protocol Komodo teaches SHIB some new tricks as it launches a decentralized exchange (DEX) dedicated to the meme token.
The second-most popular meme coin is in the news due to its token-burning mechanism. The token popped 17% before parring those gains.
The team behind one of the market's fave meme coins is getting ready to let more dogs off their leash in the Metaverse.
Shiba Inu has been making solid inroads to recovery as the rest of crypto stabilizes, having got a boost from a new fast-food partnership.
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