INTERNET CITY, DUBAI, Mar. 16, 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, LBank Exchange, a global digital asset trading platform, has listed Chinu (CHINU) on March 16, 2022. For all users of LBank Exchange, the CHINU/USDT trading pair is now officially available for trading.
Raised in a chilli farm, Chinu is a cute Chongqing dog who works in the fields and guards the farm alongside his best friend Shiba Inu. As a new breed of meme coin on a big mission, Chinu (CHINU) aims to bring crypto adoption to the mainstream through its NFTs, play-to-earn game, merchandise, comics, wallet, staking, and last but not least, chilli sauce. The CHINU token has been listed on LBank Exchange at 22:00 (UTC+8) on March 16, 2022, to further expand its global reach and help it achieve its vision.
Chinu is a new breed of meme coin aiming to bring crypto adoption to the mainstream through its out of the box marketing, staking, merchandise, NFTs, decentralized exchanges and also through huge partnerships with charities and brands around the world.
Releasing some of the most amazing NFTs, Chinu allows its users to mint them on its own in-house DApp, and Chinu NFT holders will be able to buy/auction/sell their Chinu NFTs on Opensea. Limited edition digital comics of the beloved Chinu will be launched through different episodes over time and will also be available to purchase as NFTs. Additionally, there will be a merchandise store called Chinu Drip for Chinu holders to proudly support their favorite meme in the real world through clothing, accessories and more. A portion of the royalties from the NFTs and profits from Chinu Drip will be split between chosen charities and also be used to buyback and burn Chinu tokens, making it scarcer.
Chinu also provides an online play-to-earn game called Chinu Chilli Catch, where players can play as Chinu through different maps eating Chillies to earn points. Best players with most points will receive weekly rewards in Ethereum. Moreover, Chinu holders can stake their Chinu tokens to earn more with high APY on Chinu’s own staking platform. And Chinu tokens can be securely and safely stored in Chinu Wallet.
Last but not least, with Chinu being brought up on a chilli farm, the team has decided to create a chilli sauce which will be able to purchase from anywhere in the world.
About CHINU Token
Based on Ethereum Network, CHINU has a max supply of 1 billion (i.e. 1,000,000,000) tokens, 50% of it is provided for its burning mechanism, 10% is provided for liquidity pool, another 10% is provided for CEX listing, 5.63% is provided for launch airdrops, 16.87% is provided for vested private sale, 3.5% is provided for staking, 0.5% is for Vitalik, 2.5% is provided for P2E game, and the rest 1% is for Misc.
CHINU taxes a total of 9% on each transaction, 1% is provided for liquidity pool, 3% goes towards the further development of the project, another 3% will be used for marketing to boost the growth of the project, and the rest 2% will be used for buyback and burn to make the token scarcer.
CHINU has been listed on LBank Exchange at 22:00 (UTC+8) on March 16, 2022, investors who are interested in Chinu investment can easily buy and sell CHINU token on LBank Exchange right now. The listing of CHINU on LBank Exchange will undoubtedly help it further expand its business and draw more attention in the market.
Learn More about CHINU Token:
Official Website: https://chinucoin.io
About LBank Exchange
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