More new mechanisms for burning Shiba Inu tokens are going to be introduced, according to the owner of one of the businesses that actively burns SHIB, as the developers of the meme crypto are working on them now.
Meanwhile, over the weekend, almost 110 million SHIB have been destroyed and the circulating supply continues to shrink.
“There will be burn mechanisms introduced”
Steven Cooper, owner of the Bigger Entertainment crypto record label that conducts regular SHIB burn parties, mentioned during a recent Twitter discussion that SHIB developers are working to build new mechanisms that would create more ways to incinerate SHIB—the second most popular canine cryptocurrency, also promoted as a “Dogecoin killer.”
This tweet came in a thread, where Cooper encouraged the community to buy tickets to the next burn party on Feb. 14. The money will be used for buying Shiba Inu tokens, which will be burned on Valentine’s Day.
There will be burn mechanisms introduced. They are working on this.— Steven Cooper (@iamstevencooper) January 20, 2022
Almost 110 million SHIB burned over weekend
Twitter’s @shibburn account has reported that over the weekend, close to 110 million Shiba Inu coins were moved to a dead wallet from which they will be never spent or withdrawn.
We burned close to 110M over the weekend. If you would like for us to burn more, simply visit the burn transactions on https://t.co/t0eRMnyZel as they get tweeted. More projects are on the way.— Shibburn (@shibburn) January 19, 2022
Over the past 24 hours, a total of 18,340,447 SHIB have been destroyed, according to the recently build website that tracks SHIB burn transactions on etherscan.
On Jan. 19, U.Today covered that a whopping 2.5 billion SHIB tokens have been burned by the community since Dec. 1.