Shiba Token Petition Seeks to Remove Inu from Binance Chain
The Shiba Token petition seeks to remove Inu from the Binance Chain platform. The petition cites Inu’s lack of compliance with Binance Chain’s listing rules as the reason for the removal.
Inu was listed on the Binance Chain platform in February of this year. However, the token has not met the requirements set forth by Binance Chain. These requirements include having a working product, having a whitepaper, and having a team that is able to support the token.
The Shiba Token petition states that Inu has not met these requirements and has not provided any information about the token’s functionality or plans. The petition also states that Inu has not been responsive to questions from the community.
The petition has been signed by more than 1,000 people. If it receives 10,000 signatures, it will be sent to Binance Chain for review.
Petition to Delist Shiba Token from Binance Chain Gains Traction
Recently, a petition to delist Shiba Token from Binance Chain has gained traction. The petition claims that the token is a security and should be delisted.
According to the petition, Shiba Token is a security and should be delisted from Binance Chain. The petition cites the Shiba Token whitepaper as evidence of this. The whitepaper states that tokens will be issued to investors and used to incentive users. The petition argues that these tokens are securities and should be delisted from Binance Chain.
The petition has so far gathered over 8,000 signatures. This indicates that there is a strong demand for Shiba Token to be delisted from Binance Chain.
Inu Token Holders Seek to De-list Shiba from Binance Chain
At the time of writing, Shiba is the sixth most valuable token on Binance Chain with a market capitalization of $1.3 billion. However, a significant number of Inu token holders would like to see the company de-listed from the platform.
According to data collected by Coinmarketcap, Shiba is the sixth most valuable token on Binance Chain with a market capitalization of $1.3 billion.
A significant number of Inu token holders would like to see the company de-listed from the platform.
In a recent interview with Cointelegraph, Inu co-founder and CEO Yoichi Wada said that the company is exploring a number of options to get off of Binance Chain.
“We are looking at all possibilities, including leaving Binance Chain,” he said.
Wada added that Shiba is not planning to delist from any other major exchanges.
“We are not planning to delist from any other major exchanges. We will evaluate our listing status on a case-by-case basis depending on the list rules of each exchange,” he said.
It is not clear why a significant number of Inu token holders would want to see the company de-listed from Binance Chain. However, it seems likely that this is part of a wider effort by some Inu token holders to pressure the company into selling its tokens at a lower price.
Shiba Token Petition On Binance Chain Draws Controversy
Shiba Token, a new token on Binance Chain, has drawn criticism from some of its users. Critics say that the Shiba Token is a scam, while others defend it as a new and innovative way to raise money.
The Shiba Token is a new token on Binance Chain. It is an ERC20 token that uses the Binance Chain platform to exchange and trade.
The Shiba Token was created by Shiba Ventures, a venture capital firm that is based in Japan. The company plans to use the Shiba Token to raise money from investors.
Some of the critics of the Shiba Token say that it is a scam. They argue that the company behind the token does not have any real products or services.
Others defend the Shiba Token as a new and innovative way to raise money. They argue that the token can be used to buy products and services on the Binance Chain platform.
Shiba Token: The Inu That Bites Back?
Shiba Token is a new kind of digital asset that allows people to invest in sustainable animal welfare projects. The token will be used to support projects that help animals in need, such as rescuing abused and neglected animals, providing veterinary care, and promoting veganism.
The Shiba Token team is made up of experienced professionals with a passion for animal welfare. They have a track record of success in the blockchain industry, and they are determined to use their experience to create a successful Shiba Token project.
The Shiba Token project has a long road ahead, but the team is committed to making it a success. They believe that their token can play an important role in transforming the animal welfare industry, and they are excited to see how it can help change the lives of animals worldwide.
Petition to De-list Shiba Inu Token from Binance Chain
Dear Binance Chain team,
We the undersigned petition you to de-list the Shiba Inu Token (SBI) from your platform.
The Shiba Inu Token is a scam token that is nothing more than a Ponzi scheme. The team behind the token has already been banned from several other exchanges, and we do not believe that Binance Chain should be associated with them.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Shiba Inu Token Holders Seek Removal from Binance Chain
A group of Shiba Inu token holders are seeking to have their tokens removed from the Binance chain. The reason for this is that they believe that the Shiba Inu token is not being treated fairly on the Binance chain.
The Shiba Inu token is currently ranked as the 68th most valuable token on the Binance chain. This is despite the fact that the token has been in circulation for only a few months.
The Shiba Inu token holders believe that they should be higher up on the list, based on the value of their tokens. They also believe that the Binance chain should be more transparent in how it ranks tokens.
Binance has responded to the Shiba Inu token holders by stating that they will be reviewing their position on the Binance chain. Binance also stated that it will make changes to how it ranks tokens in the future.
De-listing of Shiba Inu Token Sought in Petition on Binance Chain
On July 5, 2019, a petition was filed on the Binance Chain seeking to de-list the Shiba Inu Token (SHT). The petitioner argued that the token is a security and should be delisted from the Binance Chain.
Binance has not yet made a decision on whether or not to delist the Shiba Inu Token.
Shiba Token Petition Asks Binance Chain to Cut the Inu
Coin Token Supply
Shiba Token, a decentralized platform that issues and exchanges digital assets, has launched a petition asking Binance Chain to reduce the supply of InuCoin tokens.
Shiba Token’s petition reads:
We the undersigned petition Binance Chain to reduce the supply of InuCoin tokens. InuCoin is currently experiencing significant inflation and has no tangible value. This is damaging the ecosystem and hurting traders and investors. We urge Binance Chain to take action to reduce the supply of InuCoin tokens and help stabilize the price.
InuCoin is currently experiencing significant inflation and has no tangible value.
This is damaging the ecosystem and hurting traders and investors.
We urge Binance Chain to take action to reduce the supply of InuCoin tokens and help stabilize the price.