Seychelles-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange MEXC has listed Bone ShibaSwap (BONE), the governance token of the decentralized exchange (DEX), in its assessment zone, according to an announcement posted on Monday.
Trading will kick off on Jan. 11 at 12:00 UTC.
BONE’s supply is capped at 250 million tokens. Presently, its market cap stands at $27 million, according to data provided by CoinGecko.
Presently, the token is also available on BKEX and Hotbit. Yet, Shibaswap accounts for the lion’s share of BONE’s daily trading volume.
As reported by U.Today, Shiba Inu developers announced the official beta launch of the first phase of a decentralized autonomous organization called Doggy Dao, which will put the community in control.
The community will be able to decide which trading pairs will show up in WOOF liquidity pools. In order to be able to vote, users will have to receive tBONE tokens by staking their BONE tokens. It will be possible to choose up to 30 pairs. The community will be responsible for determining the distribution of BONE rewards.
Last month, developers confirmed that BONE would be used as a native token on the yet-to-be-launched Shibarium layer-2 solution, which is expected to dramatically bring down the cost of transactions.
Despite all these developments, Shiba Inu (SHIB) is struggling to regain its momentum, recently dipping to the lowest level since mid-October.