As you may have guessed, everyday there is going to be less nukes. The token deflates by 2% every time it gets transferred, until it…
Nuke is a token built upon Ethereum and is an erc20 token. This was consciously decided by the team behind Nuke to allow for the Nuke token to be easy and simple to send to the majority of those involved in the Cryptospace as many involved already have an Ethereum address and if they don’t, they can easily create one and begin using Nuke. This large network of users from day one makes entry into purchasing or acquiring Nuke incredibly simple and straight forward.
Some new cryptocurrencies are fighting inflation by relentlessly burning their token supply. Is this a viable strategy?
The people behind NUKE copied the code from BOMB Then constantly started promoting it on 4chan, Telegram and Twitter promising airdrops that never arrived. After that they started dumping NUKE coins on etherdelta/forkdelta and now it’s somehow listed on DDEX where they can keep dumping NUKE coins.
Are DDEX even aware that they supporting an obvious scam?