Crypto burn tracker @shibburn has announced that in the past twenty-four hours, a massive sum in SHIB tokens has been removed from circulation – a total of 1,351,643,000 Shiba Inu.
In the past 24 hours, there have been a total of 1,351,643,000 $SHIB tokens burned and 14 transactions. Visit https://t.co/t0eRMnyZel to view the overall total of #SHIB tokens burned, circulating supply, and more. #shibarmy— Shibburn (@shibburn) April 9, 2022
1.3 billion + 100 mln SHIB burned
This amount of meme coins is worth $32,155. According to the list of burn transactions published on the Shibburn website, several consecutive transfers stand out from the rest by their size.
Three transactions burned more than 100 million SHIB, while another three moved between 210 million and 270 million tokens to a dead-end wallet each.
After the burn tracker published the tweet about the 1.3 billion SHIB, more tweets came out in the past several hours, notifying the community of more tokens removed from the circulating supply – 55,402,333, 1,000,000, 20,675,909, and 18,674,658 SHIB.
In total, this adds up to another 95.6 million Shiba Inu.
SHIB price keeps dropping despite frequent burns
Despite regular token burns, SHIB price has been unable to recover its all-time high reached in late October, when it briefly traded at $0.00008845.
Since April 5, the second largest meme token has been dropping from a local high of $0.00002748, having reached a low of $0.00002385 – this is where it is trading as of this writing.
Overall, in the past four days, SHIB has lost 13.22 percent.