Shiba Inu: BONE Token Receives Majority Vote for Listing on CetoEX

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CetoEX, a cryptocurrency exchange based in Dubai, has announced that it would soon list ShibaSwap Bone (BONE), a Shiba Inu progeny coin. 

The recent announcement has sparked exciting reactions from fans in the crypto community.

The announcement came after the exchange held a poll on its Twitter account a few days earlier. 

The exchange requested that its followers vote for their favorite project among FLOKI CEO, VITA INU, BONK, and BONE. 

There were a total of 12,792 votes cast. BONE won the most votes (42%), with VITA INU coming in second with 28%. FLOKI CEO had 27% votes, while BONK had the least vote (3%).

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Why Did BONE Win the Poll?

BONE is a Shibaswap ecosystem governance token, allowing the #ShibArmy to vote on upcoming proposals.

The BONE token will govern Shibarium, the project’s forthcoming layer-2 network. As a result, the token price is expected to skyrocket.

Also, given Shiba Inu’s massive popularity, it’s no surprise that voters wanted CetoEX to mention the token’s progeny, which will also play an essential part in the upcoming network. 

Fans and users worldwide are clamoring for Shiba Inu’s BONE tokens in the hopes of becoming a part of Shibarium and reaping tremendous rewards.

However, no specific launch date has been provided, although the Shiba Inu team has created the beta testnet for its layer-2 network.

Today’s live Bone ShibaSwap price is $1.08, with a 24-hour trading volume of $5,294,321. Bone ShibaSwap is down 0.68% in the last 24 hours. 

Bone Shibaswap is down 0.68% in the past 24 hours. Source: @Coinmarketcap

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