Shibnobi: DojoSwap finalization current priority of devs

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Meme coins are the current theme of the crypto-verse. Shibnobi followed this trend and entered the market. Now, the network is making big moves to better its project and garner the attention of the community.

The crypto industry witnesses the arrival and departure of thousands of coins. This makes it difficult for individuals to differentiate between legit projects and scammy ones. However, consistent updates about the project and a massive following make it easier for the community to filter out the good ones. Shibnobi, despite being relatively new, has managed to bag a huge following.

Regular AMAs have become a norm for crypto projects. The Shibnobi team engages in AMA often to keep its community updated. During their most recent AMA, the team shed light on DojoSwap.

The Shibnobi team recently announced a giveaway. However, the winners are yet to be selected. When asked about the same, the team pointed out that the devs were currently concentrating on the rollout of DojoSwap. A multi-swap platform has been in the works for quite some time now. The first version of DojoSwap is expected to make a debut in the coming months.

Speaking about the same, the Shibnobi team said,

“SHIBNOBI DOJOSWAP (UPDATE); Cliff implied that we are only waiting on a few applicants to pay Certik and complete their KYC process for us to launch Dojoswap.”

Additionally, it was also noted that the swap would initially be open for anyone to use. However, the team would gradually require users to hold Shibnobi’s native token SHINJA to further employ the platform.

Shibnobi: SHINJA to be listed on an array of platforms?

At present, SHINJA is listed on a total of five exchanges. During the AMA the CEO of Shibnobi, Cliff Fettner disclosed that a new exchange listing was underway. While he did not reveal the date of the listing, he affirmed that it was going to happen sooner than expected.

When asked about Robinhood listing, Fettner noted that it was “further down the road.” At press time, SHINJA was down by nearly 6 percent over the last 24-hours.