Canadian Healthcare Company To Burn Shiba Inu Coins For Every 10,000 Steps ShibArmy Walks

ShibArmy has a wonderful news! Recently, Canadian healthcare company AskTheDoctor announced it has added around 31 billion SHIB tokens to their balance sheet and had also promised that it would start accepting the meme-coin as an official mode of payment.

Upon the news, the Instagram and Twitter handle of the company was flooded with followers from the ShibArmy and later on, AskTheDr also promised it would burn 2 billion SHIB coins from the total supply to pump up the price of the cryptocurrency.

After conducting a poll and asking whether they should add Shib or any other cryptocurrency [dogecoin] to their balance sheet, 90% votes were given to Shiba Inu by the followers.

You Burn Calories, We Burn Shib

If you’re not aware about Coin Burns, it is essentially the practice of destroying the coin so that it is not available for further and is wiped off the supplies. This is done by sending the coins to any forgotten or specialized wallets whose private keys are not accessible. This, in turn, removes the token from supply and helps boost the price of the cryptocurrency.

Now, the company says it is working on a new app that will track the number of steps walked and on every 10,000 steps walked, it would burn a certain number of SHIB coins.

Taking to its official twitter handle, the company said ‘You Burn Calories, We Burn SHIB’

“#Bitcoin and #Doge holders, you don’t need to take a Lambo or Tesla… need to take “STEPS” by Ask The Doctor to keep that heart fit and calories burned…and yes we burn $shib too @elonmusk”

ShibArmy has been delighted by the news that AskTheDr is supporting the community and helping in boosting the price of the cryptocurrency. What do you think about the whole story?

Shaheer is passionate about living a life seeking un-ending knowledge, philomath, as you may think of him. He's a student of Finance and a keen observer of Business and Indian-Political scenario who takes pleasure to pen down his views and opinions on the same. As his guiding mantra to life, ‘Come what may , life goes on’ helps.

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