EXCLUSIVE: Steven Cooper Reveals How His Streaming Firm Burned 100 Million Shiba Inu Tokens in two Weeks

Vinod Dsouza

Steven Cooper, the co-founder of Bigger Entertainment, a music streaming group that records artists and has over 100 million music streams has gone all-in for Shiba Inu.

Bigger Entertainment stands at a unique position with regards to SHIB. The streaming website donates 20% of their royalties to the benefit of the meme-currency for every song played. Steven holds a ”Shib Burn” marathon all day and revealed he wants ”to see coins burned as fast as possible.”

Steven has burned 100 million SHIB tokens in the span of two weeks and also received an appreciation from Shytoshi. His project was verified by Shytoshi and also gave his full support and backed the ‘Shib Burn’ development.

Shiba Inu: The ‘Shib Burn’ Marathon

The co-founder of Bigger Entertainment said that he wants to help reduce the supply of SHIB. He claimed that the token has great potential and wants to see it breach the 1 Cent mark and beyond.

Steven sends the coins to a dead wallet, the same wallet that Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin sent his 410 trillion SHIB coins to.

In an exclusive interview with Watcher Guru, Steven Cooper said, ”We have burned more than 100 million coins in just over two weeks by sending them to the ‘dead wallet’ that Vitalik Buterin also burned his 410 trillion coins to.

”All of our burns are posted publicly to be verified by the community and can be found on our website.”

The SHIB community constantly shares the playlist, revealed Steven. ”Our playlists are constantly being shared by the community and more and more people are discovering our music. It seems to be a win/win for everyone.”

When asked how he came up with such a unique idea to help burn SHIB coins and reduce its supply, Steven said, ” We simply thought it would be a fun way to help reduce the supply, while also highlighting various musicians among the SHIB community.

”Bigger Entertainment owns a catalog of more 1,500 songs from 50+ artists. We collectively decided to donate a portion (20%) of our royalties to go toward SHIB burns. Most of our artists, including myself, have been SHIB holders for almost a year now and believe that this coin in particular has a lot of potential,” he said.

Shiba Inu at the time of publishing was trading at $0.00005656 and is down -14.31% in the days’ trade.