SHIB Burn Rate Fires Up 38986.28%; BONE Falls to 3-Month Low

SHIB Army blazed up 1.69 billion SHIB tokens in a single day, but $BONE continues to plunge.

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  • One SHIB holder burned 1.69 billion SHIB in a single transaction.
  • Shibarium’s gas fee token $BONE lost key resistance at $0.90.
  • Coinbase users on Shiba Inu buying spree, key metrics reveal.

It’s getting hot for Shiba Inu (SHIB) this Friday, as the community behind the canine coin broke the SHIB Burn daily rate record for the second consecutive time in the same week.

This time, the SHIB Burn rate was catapulted by 38986.28%, which resembles Wednesday’s 30940.10% increase, as one Shiba Inu holder made a massive burning transaction of 1.69B. Certainly, the gigantic burning didn’t go unnoticed by Crypto Twitter.


The community praised the move by the mysterious SHIB holder, but many traders quickly pointed out that trillions of SHIB tokens should be sent to the bottomless pit daily to make a difference.

BONE Reaches New Milestone Amid Price Plunge

Bone ShibaSwap (BONE), the alternative token in the Shiba Inu Ecosystem, continues growing despite plunging double digits in the last 24 hours. Reaching 83,111 holders according to EtherScan, the gas fee token for Shibarium is now very popular among the TOP 100 Ethereum (ETH) whales.

However, even this didn’t help $BONE to restore its multi-year lower support level of $1. On the contrary, Shiba Inu’s $BONE lost a couple of subsequent resistance lines in two days. At press time, BONE trades at $0.827899 with an 11.1% daily downturn.

Meanwhile, the vast community of dog and crypto enthusiasts is buying the ecosystem’s main token on Coinbase. With 97% of Coinbase users choosing to buy SHIB, the community is likely preparing for Shibarium’s mainnet


On the other hand, Bone ShibaSwap (BONE) is also requested to be listed, as the SHIB Army believes $BONE, the coin capped at 250,000,000, to have just as much utility as Shiba Inu once Shibarium launches.

On the Flipside

  • Lately, emerging extremely large burns on Shibburn have raised some eyebrows.
  • 2.25B of Shiba Inu (SHIB) tokens from a dormant wallet were sent to a dead wallet.
  • Without any prior $SHIB activity, the wallet address is suspected of manipulation.

Why You Should Care

Shiba Inu has one of the most active communities in the cryptosphere.


What is the Shiba Burn rate?

The Shiba Burn rate is a daily calculation based on the burnings of Shiba Inu tokens in 24-hour periods. The rate can fluctuate according to the community’s burning activities.

Has the SHIB burn rate increased?

The SHIB burn rate increased twice last week, going up 30940% and 38986%, respectively. This signifies increased SHIB burning activity across the SHIB Army.

Why should I burn my SHIB?

Burning SHIB tokens can heavily contribute to maintaining SHIB’s market value. Some SHIB burning activities might have rewards, usually mentioned in official announcements.

How many Shiba coins will be burned?

More than half the Shiba Inu tokens are burned already. Tens of billions of tokens are set ablaze every week.

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Tadas Klimasevskis

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