The much-anticipated launch of the SaitaMask app is less than a day away. Amidst all the excitement, the Shibnobi team decided to announce that the network’s native coin, Shinja, would not be part of the SaitaMask app.
After rolling out the test version yesterday, the Saitama team was all set to launch the SaitaMask app. The network even gave a glimpse of the app to the community.
As part of the first wave of listing, the app would entail only seven tokens including, Kishimoto, Luffy, Deku, Shinja, Waifer, Lilly Finance as well as ImpactXP. Shinja, however, announced that it wouldn’t be a part of the app.
The CEO of Shibnobi, Cliff Fettner shared a statement revealing that SaiataMask affirmed during the last minute that they wouldn’t be listing Shinja. The network made the payment and was even approved about 3 weeks ago, however, SaitaMask wanted to renounce the contract. Further elaborating on the reason behind this decision, Fettner tweeted,
Labeling the circumstances “disappointing and unprofessional,” the Shibnobi team did not want to proceed with the listing. Rooting for the bright future of Shinja, the network wished SaitaMask all the luck for the launch.
The Shibnobi community gathered and suggested that they did not need SaitaMask. However, a few of the Saitama Wolf Pack slide into the comments and implied that Shinja entailed indicators of a rug pull asset.
Shibnobi community awaits DojoSwap launch
Apart from this listing, the Shinja token has been faring extremely well. More recently, the token surpassed 40k token holders in just 40 days of its launch.
Moving on to bigger things, Shibnobi has been prepping for the launch of DojoSwap, a first-of-its-kind multi-chain swap platform. The platform revealed that DojoSwap would make its debut in Q1 of 2022.
This launch is expected to bolster the price of Shinja, a token that has already shot up by 600% over the last 30 days.