Bigger Entertainment Planning to Burn Shiba Inu Coins on Valentine’s Day

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Steven Cooper’s Bigger Entertainment released a 2022 ‘Shiba Inu burn’ roadmap that kicks off with Valentine’s Day. The music-streaming website released a set of merchandizes revolving around the meme-token and lovers called ‘Shib lovers merch’.

The CEO of Bigger Entertainment, Steven Cooper confirmed that 80% of all sales from ‘SHIB lovers merch’ will be ‘burnt’. Moreover, the whole aim of the project is to reduce the circulating supply of SHIB and pave way for sustainable growth. He also shared the burn address transaction links showing proof that the project is indeed ethical in all forms.

Bigger Entertainment released an extended set of merch today which includes buying a ‘shoutout’ to your lover. The SHIB lover’s custom merch has an extended array of coffee cups, fanny packs, face masks, backpacks, joggers, socks, neck gaiters, tumblers, hats, stickers, tank tops, t-shirts, and hoodies.

“Our #Shib Lovers Burn Pot just keeps growing & growing!! We have so many ways that you can burn #shib with us just in time for Valentine’s Day. Shout out your lover, listen to some tunes, buy our limited edition merch, or purchase a burn ticket here,” tweeted Bigger Entertainment.

The Valentine’s Day-themed SHIB merch is limited edition and will not be available for purchase after February 14. “We are kicking off the year strong with our Shib Lovers merch campaign running from Jan 14 to Feb 14th. And, the best part is 80% of proceeds from all SHIB Lovers purchases will be used to burn SHIB!” read a statement on their website.

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