Launched in April 2021, Kishu Inu (KISHU) is a community-driven meme coin project built on Ethereum. The meme token named after Kishu, a popular Japanese dog breed, is inspired by leading meme tokens like Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.
The Kishu Inu ecosystem has four native products: Kishnu Swap, Kishu Crate, Kishu Paw Print, and Kishu Swag. Powered by the largest decentralized exchange Uniswap, Kishu Swap is a decentralized exchange where you can swap ERC-20 tokens.
Its second product, Kishu Crate, is Kishu Inu's native NFT marketplace, where you can stake your KISHU holdings to get NFTs created in their community contests.
Kishu Paw Print is a KISHU tracker allowing you to keep track of your KISHU tokens. You can check your KISHU rewards and prizes, current wallet balance, live token price, and more.
Finally, Kishu Swag is a non-profit Kishu Inu merchandise store that supports the development, growth, and maintenance of the Kishu Inu project.
Kishu Inu also distributes transaction fees between KISHU holders. Users will pay a 2 percent fee on their transactions, thus providing all KISHU holders with instant rewards for holding the token. With 100 quadrillion tokens in circulation, the Kishu Inu supply is limited.