263.4 Billion SHIB Worth Over $6.3 Million Burned Since October 2021: Report – U.Today


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Head of a major SHIB burner Bigger Entertainment, Steven Cooper, has taken to Twitter to announce that more than a quarter of a trillion Shiba Inu meme coins have been removed from circulation since late October last year by the SHIB army.
That is the equivalent of more than $6.3 million at the current SHIB/USD exchange rate. More than two billion meme tokens from that amount have been burnt over the past 48 hours, as covered by U.Today earlier this week.

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Bigger Entertainment has been taking an active part in these burns – they have destroyed over one billion SHIB since mid-fall last year. The two previous burn parties by them were conducted on December 26 and February 14.
263.4 Billion #SHIB have been burned through community initiatives since Oct 2021. Over 6.3 Million dollars at current price. 2 Billion of those were burned in the last 24 hours. Amazing! Way to go #SHIBARMY. We’re stronger together. Lets make it our goal to unite even further.

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