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1,922,165,906 SHIB Tokens Have Been Burned In November With 381 Transactions


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1,922,165,906 SHIB Tokens Have Been Burned In November.

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Also, a new SHIB whale was born on Tuesday, 30 Nov 2021. The whale now holds 850,200,243,245.2 Shiba Inu token valued at $39,838,372.

Whale Transaction can be seen here:


According to etherscan.io data, Shiba Inu (SHIB) currently has a record 1,022,400 holders.


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On the other hand, the Shibburn Twitter handle, reports that 1,922,165,906 SHIB tokens have been burned in November with 381 transactions. This is a huge number.

So far 410,298,449,011,405 SHIB tokens (41.02984%) have been burned from the initial supply of 1 quadrillion.



Listing of SHIB from Kraken, Gemini, South Korea exchange Korbit, Singapore exchange Coinhako, Coingate making SHIB acceptable to over 500 merchants as a payment option, Gaming and tech giant Newegg, World’s Largest Theater Chain AMC adding SHIB in the first quarter of 2022 all show that SHIB is not just a meme coin, and its adoption is trending and has no stopping.

On November 20, GiftChill, one of the leading E-gift cards platforms announced the acceptance of Shiba Inu as a payment method. The news was officially made public via press release on Globenewswire.

With this entire bullish scenario for the coin in play, now Shiba Inu (SHIB) community is looking towards Robinhood to list Shib Token on their trading platform.

Shiba Inu token’s popularity is growing day by day as the token has gone up by 71,900,000% in just 365 days.

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