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How & Where to Buy Kishu Inu (KISHU)

Buying Kishu Inu (KISHU) 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 KISHU 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 KISHU exchange:

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

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    Kishu Inu Price & Information

    Current KISHU price and historical price chart

    Why Should I Buy Kishu Inu (KISHU)?

    With 100 quadrillion tokens available, anyone can hold millions or even billions of KISHU tokens; in fact, with $5 you will comfortably hold over 1 billion tokens. This is a very attractive proposition to many investors who believe that projects with large amounts of tokens offer the best investment opportunities as they can quickly multiply in size as people buy up large amounts of tokens. 

    Kishu Inu (KISHU)

    Billed as a brother or relative of DOGE and the Dogecoin project, Kishu Inu is a fork of DOGE, altering the tokenomics to create a deflationary asset for investors. Due to a system where 2% of each transaction is distributed to holders as rewards, the token should, in theory, appreciate constantly. 

    With the catchphrase ‘Little meme, Big dream,’ Kishu, like related projects Shiba and Dogecoin, is a community-focused, decentralized cryptocurrency.

    What is Kishu Inu (KISHU)?

    $KISHU is the cryptocurrency backing the Kishu Inu project, which is named after a Japanese breed of dog. The $KISHU smart contract rewards users for holding it, and its coding has been fully audited by specialist analysts. The LP tokens have also been burnt. These two things in conjunction mean that there are almost zero risks of bad actors damaging the community.

    KISHU is an ERC-20 token, meaning you will need some ETH to buy it using the KISHU Swap service. So far, over 160,000 investors have done this, allowing KISHU to be entirely circulated with nothing left to be minted or sold and giving the project a total value of around $300m. 

    Where to buy Kishu Inu?

    How to buy KISHU on Gate.io

    1. Visit Gate.io
    2. Provide your
      1. Country/Region
      2. Username
      3. Email
      4. Password
    1. You will need to trade with the KISHU/USDT pairing, and since it’s straightforward 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
      1. https://www.gate.io/trade/KISHU_USDT 
      2. Read and accept the risk warning
      3. Place your order

    What is KISHU Swap?

    KISHU Swap is the official decentralized exchange (DEX) of the KISHU community. Investors or traders using a decentralized wallet such as MetaMask are given the ability to trade ERC-20 tokens, which is any cryptocurrency on the Ethereum network, including KISHU. 

    The swapping mechanism is powered by Uniswap, the largest and most trusted DEX on the Ethereum blockchain. This swapping system is the foundation of the community, and most of the development efforts in the early stages will improve the DEX, fitting it with more features and functionality. 

    How KISHU works

    For every transaction on the network, 2% is redistributed to holders, giving a financial incentive to hold KISHU long-term. Aside from this smart contract function and the deflationary design, KISHU offers little in the way of technological use. 

    History of Kishu Inu

    Kishu Inu was launched on April 17th, 2021, to 1,000 pre-registered holders. On the same day, the website launched, and soon the project was listed on popular coin listings websites such as Coin Clarity! In the first few days, they ran an awareness campaign and grew to over 2,000 members on Telegram. 

    The original and anonymous founders were Kishu Man and Inu Dev; however, they stepped back to allow a 20-strong group of volunteers to community-run the project and leverage the active Telegram group to welcome ideas for further developments. 

    After the successful launch, growth, and expansion phases, Kishu Inu will use the summer of 2021 to develop an NFT marketplace called KISHU Crate that allows the community to leverage digital art for financial gain. KISHU sWAG will also launch, providing a merchandise store for fans of the project to share and wear the love.

    Good luck out there! Remember that meme coins can be extra volatile, and KISHU is no exception.