Shiba Inu’s growth in the NFT space might not give you goosebumps
The issue of not delegating rewards to Shiba burners was becoming a huge problem. The Shiba Swap team in lieu of these events decided to swoop in and take control of the Shiba Burn Portal to safeguard the community’s interests.
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The Shiba team bites back
In a blog post posted by the Shiba Inu team on 12 October, the team stated that they will be taking over the Shib burn portal.
Initially, the Shiba Inu team made multiple attempts to communicate with the Ryoshi Vision team, which was behind the Shib burn protocol so that they could resolve the issues.
After failing to establish a proper dialogue, the Shiba Inu team declared that ShibaSwap would be taking over the Shib Burn project.
Speaking of ShibaSwap, Shiba Inu’s DeFi protocol did not witness much growth over the past weeks. In the last month, ShibaSwap’s Total Value Locked (TVL) depreciated significantly. And, it was at $21.99 million, at press time.
Evidently, ShibaSwap still had a lot of room for improvement in the DeFi department.
On the other hand, Shiba Inu’s endeavors in the NFT space showed a lot of promising gains.
The collection’s market cap also registered some growth and grew by 1.03% over the last month. However, the same couldn’t be said about its volume as it depreciated by 12.78% over the same period.
Shiba Inu’s growth in the NFT space, however, did not translate into its growth in the social media space. According to LunarCrush, Shiba Inu’s social mentions depreciated by 12.77%. And, its social engagements also fell by 1.75% over the last week.
The meme coin, at the time of press, was trading at $0.000009546 after depreciating by 7.62% over the past 24 hours.
Its market cap followed suit and decreased by 7.63%. However, its volume grew by 72% in the last 24 hours which could be considered as a positive signal.