|Ticker symbol||TIKI TOKEN|
|Market cap||$6,005,016 (as of 20 August 2021[update])|
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The tiki tokenomics charge a 15% fee on all buy transactions. Of which 10% gets redistributed (or reflected) to token holders, who hold more than 10,000 tokens. The other 5% goes to the Liquidity Pool (LP). Furthermore, an additional 3% tax is taken for all sell transactions. This disincentivizes the classic 'pump & dump' and ensures further stability of the token.
Tiki Token was released in June 2021. It is marketed as the first ever token to provide automatic BNB reflections. This is in contrast to other projects that provide reflections, but where you have to manually claim them.
Tiki token managed to achieve their predetermined roadmap thus far.
In early August 2021, Tiki partnered with Moonradar to offer the posibility to buy the token straight from their website. This facilitates the entry point for potential investors.
On Sunday 15th of august, Tiki partnered with BankerDoge. This partnership opened the Tiki Staking Vault to the public.
Many crypto news sites and blogs have written about Tiki. In no particular order:
- CoinMarketCap, a big crypto price tracker platform
- Morioh, the developer & programmer social network
- Publixh0x, crypto blogger platform
On Social Media, one can also find many posts about this cryptocurrency.
Aside from the tokenomics, Tiki plans to release several other products:
- Tiki Dash is Tiki's answer to Crypto dashboards. Currently in development, this platform aims to provide in depth investment information.
- Tiki Swag will be a merchandising venture, displaying Tiki Token artwork
At launch, the token was audited by auditor HashEx as an initial sweep to validate the contract.
In august, the token was audited by security auditing firm CertiK. This first audit concluded no critical issues, one major finding and two minor findings. The major finding is common to reflection tokens. It concerns the ownership of the contract and some functions that it provides. One such function is in fact necessary to prevent a potential security flaw.
Several tokens popped up shortly after the launch of Tiki, trying to follow the same principle. Sadly, many were so-called 'rugs', in other words, scams. Other projects were legitimate but did not achieve the same level of success.
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