The Bone ShibaSwap (BONE) governance token of the Shiba Inu Ecosystem is being requested by the Shiba Inu Community for listing on Binance. The question is as the Shiba Inu community’s momentum for a BONE listing picks up, will Binance respond?
Many devoted Shiba Inu fans started a recent Twitter campaign to get Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, to endorse Bone ShibaSwap (BONE). Here are some of the tweets:
Notably, roughly four months ago, a Shiba Inu enthusiast who wishes to remain anonymous started a petition on change.org asking Binance to include BONE. Unfortunately, there are only 211 signatories on the petition.
The petition mentioned above was started shortly after Binance provided the price tracking option for BONE, allowing users to keep tabs on the Bone ShibaSwap price on the exchange.
Why Shiba Inu Community Needs Bone to be Listed
Shiba Inu Community wants the leading exchanges to list BONE before the Shibarium starts because they believe in the considerable potential of Bone ShibaSwap after the introduction of the Shibarium.
Since the highly anticipated Shibarium blockchain will use Bone ShibaSwap as a native gas token, Shibarium users will need a BONE to complete every transaction on the network.
Additionally, there are no more BONEs available for minting. Therefore, the Shiba Inu team distributed the remaining 20 million BONE from the 250 million available to reward Shibarium validators.
As previously reported, Singapore-based Crypto.com implores the Shiba Inu Community to speak out in favour of the possible BONE listing on the major exchange.