2022 started on a great note for Shibnobi. With an array of updates lined up for the year, the community was pumped as ever. More recently, the network announced the tentative date for the launch of the Katana wallet and even gave a glimpse of the wallet.
With DeFi as its main focus, Shibnobi was yearning to make it big in the crypto-verse. The network intends to revolutionize the DeFi space with the launch of DojoSwap, a multi-chain swap platform. Endorsed as the first of its kind, DojoSwap users would be able to access Binance Smart Chain, Polygon, Ethereum as well as Cronos.
While several DeFi focused upgrades are underway, the network decided to roll out its two-factor authentication multi-chain wallet in Q2 2022.
In a recent tweet, Shibnobi through its official Twitter handle released the first look for the Katana wallet. The tweet read,
The Katana wallet is a pertinent part of the Dojoverse aka Shibnobi’s metaverse. The Katana wallet has a lot to offer. Users of this wallet would be able to send, receive as well as swap tokens.
Furthermore, DojoSwap will be entering the market in Q1 2022. Following this, the Katana wallet will be out and about. The Kusari Blockchain, a proof-stake blockchain hard forked from the Ethereum blockchain will also go live on the network. The launch is speculated to boost SHINJA.
Shibnobi’s SHINJA to debut on BitMart
SHINJA encountered a slight glitch last week. The altcoin was scheduled to be a part of the SaitaMask app. However, labeling the Saitama network and the circumstances, “disappointing and unprofessional,” Shibnobi decided to pull out of the deal.
Better things were certainly on their way for the altcoin. SHINJA was all set to make a debut on the leading crypto exchange, BitMart starting from 19 January. Further, the exchange took to Twitter to make the announcement.