Lucie, the Official Marketing Strategist for the Shiba Inu ecosystem, has ignited a spirited debate within the SHIB community with a recent tweet addressing the burning issue of Shibarium and the burning of SHIB tokens. The tweet has raised questions and concerns among Shiba Inu enthusiasts about the project’s direction and the role of the community in shaping its future.
In the tweet, Lucie posed a rhetorical question, asking when Shibarium would initiate the SHIB token burn. However, Lucie quickly dismissed this as the “wrong question” and redirected the focus to a more pertinent query: “When will you all migrate from exchanges and start using Shibarium?”
Lucie’s tweet highlighted a fundamental point regarding SHIB token burns – they are triggered by transactions within Shibarium, not by mere discussions or tweets about burning tokens. Lucie emphasized that with millions of SHIB holders, the community should actively support this transition.
The current transaction fees within Shibarium are almost negligible, but these fees may increase as usage grows. Lucie urged the community to embrace Shibarium and actively utilize it to contribute to the token burns.
The marketing strategist also clarified that the misconception about Shiba Inu (SHIB) burns being solely the responsibility of developers is incorrect. They emphasized that it is a collaborative effort within the community.
The community members of Shibarium actively utilize the platform to initiate burns, resulting in the burning of more tokens. This process benefits all token holders as it increases their value.
Lucie highlighted the secure asset storage option available on Shibarium, comparing it to traditional exchanges. With her primary use of Opensea in mind, she cordially invited them to explore the possibility of integrating Shibarium and expanding the ecosystem’s reach.
Shiba Inu Community Debate Erupts Over Tweet
The tweet sparked a lively debate within the SHIB community, with members expressing various opinions. One community member pointed out that the announced mechanism for token burns had not been made available yet. Lucie countered this by asserting that all the relevant information was available in the project’s documentation and was indeed functional on the blockchain.
One member expressed disappointment over the limited burning of SHIB tokens and the lack of prior communication on this matter. They proposed moving their assets elsewhere. In response, Lucie encouraged a deeper understanding of SHIB tokenomics, highlighting that token burns are contingent upon community engagement and participation.
While some members of the community may have questions and concerns, it is clear that Lucie and the SHIB team are dedicated to nurturing an involved and well-informed community as they progress towards Shibarium adoption and token burns.
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