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How & Where to Buy Australian Safe Shepherd (ASS)

Buying Australian Safe Shepherd (ASS) for funds from your bank requires a 2-step process. You're going to buy some BTC or ETH from an exchange that accepts deposits from a debit card or bank account, and then you're going to transfer your newly bought crypto to a marketplace that sells ASS in exchange for bitcoin or Ether.

Step 1Buy BTC or ETH at Gemini

Sign up and purchase BTC or ETH at Gemini.

If Gemini is not available in your jurisdiction, view our list of exchanges that sell BTC or ETH for Government issued money.

Step 2Go to a supporting ASS exchange:

Transfer your newly purchased BTC or ETH from your wallet to one of the exchanges listed below.


Australian Safe Shepherd Price & Information

Current ASS price and historical price chart

Why Should I Buy Australian Safe Shepherd (ASS)?

What is Australian Safe Shepherd (ASS)?

2021 has seen a major rise in the popularity of ‘meme tokens,’ and Australian Sea Shepherd is no exception, with the ticker ASS being pivotal to the joke. This community-driven cryptocurrency is a fork of SafeMoon, meaning they took the original code of the top-rated SAFEMOON coin and adjusted it to their own needs.

Max Supply: 10,000,000,000,000,000 ASS

Where can you buy ASS?

The only trusted exchange that sells ASS is, with an ASS/USDT pair available. 

How to buy $ASS on

  1. Visit
  2. Sign up with your 
    1. Country/Region
    2. Username
    3. Email
    4. Password
  1. You will need to trade with the ASS/USDT pairing, and since it’s easy to get hold of USDT, you should deposit some USDT from an external wallet or another broker, such as 
    1. Binance
    2. Coinbase
    3. Gemini 
  2. Once your USDT has deposited, visit the trading pair here
    2. Read and accept the risk warning
    3. Place your order

How does ASS work?

The attraction for investors is the opportunity to earn passive rewards through static reflection (on PancakeSwap), allowing them to generate financial rewards automatically. This is caused by the fact that ASS pays users to ‘HODL’ by distributing 5% of buys to holders and 5% of sells to holders. Transactions also have an extra 5% tax to increase the price floor of the coin, which brings the total transaction charge to 10%, the same as SAFEMOON.

PancakeSwap users are also able to deposit ASS into the platform and become liquidity providers for additional rewards. It is also through PancakeSwap where those who want to get hold of ASS in a decentralized way can make swaps with BNB on the Binance Smart Chain blockchain. 

How is $ASS community-driven?

Australian Sea Shepherd is driven by memes, by jokes, by the humor of those involved. Making wordplays on the word ‘ASS’ is key to the whole system and helps them sell merchandise to the community, especially in t-shirts. Some of these tees have slogans such as ‘BIN$ASS’ (a play on Binance) and NASSA (like NASA). 

The community also supports NFT artists through digital designs of the Australian Shepherd dog. You can see a combination of colors, gifs and static images, and unique digital art pieces. These NFTs are sold on the Binance Smart Chain, using BNB coin, instead of the majority of NFTS, which run on Ethereum. 

Australian Safe Shepherd (ASS) history

ASS was launched on April 21st, 2021, on PancakeSwap, immediately causing a furor of interest, as, within three weeks, it had grown by many thousands of percent in price. In the first month alone, the coin caught the attention of 274,000 traders, with this number of holders representing an insane start to life in crypto. 

The Founder of Australian Safe Shepherd is Caleb Pressley, whose humorous Twitter bio reads, ‘I lost all my money on shitcoins in 2017 and planned to do it again.’

Once you’ve got your ASS, you can start to reap the rewards.