Shiba Inu Scores Big Partnership, Transactions Explode

16. April 2023 Aus Von admin

• NOWPayments and Shiba Inu’s Shibarium have announced a partnership.
• This will help boost adoption on the Layer-2 platform for SHIB tokens.
• Shibarium has also recently launched PuppyNet, which has seen a strong response.

Shibarium and NOWPayments Partnership

NOWPayments, a popular crypto payments platform, has announced a partnership with Shiba Inu’s (SHIB) Shibarium Tech to bring more users to the Layer-2 platform. The collaboration aims to boost adoption of SHIB tokens on the upcoming Shiba Inu Layer-2 scalability platform.

Impressive SHIB Burns

In the last month of March, 6.78 billion SHIB tokens have been burned with 540 transactions – an impressive number given the current market conditions for cryptocurrencies. The partnership between NOWPayments and Shibarium is expected to provide further incentive for users to adopt SHIB as their preferred cryptocurrency of choice.

Boosting Crypto Adoption

The partnership between these two players is likely to benefit both parties in terms of boosting crypto adoption by building on the upcoming Shiba Inu Layer-2 platform. Additionally, it is expected that NOWPayments will be able to build property in SHIB’s virtual world as part of this collaboration – something that would be made possible by the launch of SHIB The Metaverse in the future.

PuppyNet Sees Strong Response

After some delays in launching Shibarium, its testnet PuppyNet was successfully launched recently and has seen a strong response from users so far. This development is certainly good news for both NOWPayments and Shiba Inu as it looks like they are starting to gain traction with their products and services on offer.


The recent partnership between NOWPayments and Shibarium signals another positive step forward for Shiba Inu as it continues its journey towards mainstream acceptance as a popular cryptocurrency of choice among users around the world. With more collaborations such as these taking place, there may just be more good news ahead for both parties involved in this latest move!