Sunday, June 23, 2024

SHIB Supply Squeeze: ShibaSwap Fuels Burn Rate on Shibarium.

The decentralized exchange (DEX) for the cryptocurrency Shiba Inu (SHIB), ShibaSwap, said on Thursday that it has gone live on the Ethereum layer 2 Shibarium blockchain, which was created by the SHIB token team.

According to the developers, a higher burn rate for the SHIB token would result in a decrease in supply as more transactions are made on the Shibarium network. In tandem with a wider market surge, the price of SHIB has increased by 8.8% during the last day. A gauge of the larger cryptocurrency market, the CoinDesk 20 Index (CD20), has increased by about 7%.

On Shibarium, users can now create new liquidity pools (LPs), which let traders exchange tokens across the network in exchange for a portion of trading fees. According to data, as of Thursday, ShibaSwap had over $25 million in locked tokens and $1.7 million in trade volume over the previous day.

According to them, the protocol will burn base gas costs more quickly as more transactions occur on the Shibarium blockchain, which will affect the total burn rate of $SHIB.

Burns are when tokens are transferred to an address that is uncontrollably managed in order to permanently remove them from the supply.

According to developers in an X post, every swap and stake on ShibaSwap helps the ecosystem expand because bigger trading volumes result in higher fees for LP providers and stakers.

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