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General FAQ

This FAQ page answers some of the more commonly asked questions from the Shibance Inu community.

What is $SHIBINU?

$SHIBINU is the native currency to Shibance Inu. It is required to participate in our Ecosystem, which includes liquidity mining campaigns, and liquidity pools.

How can I stake $SHIBINU?

You can stake your $SHIBINU on the "DoggyPound" page by clicking on the little "+" sign after approving the contract, choose the amount you want to stake and confirm.

What is the difference between Staking and Farming?

Staking in the Doggy Pound and farming in our Yield Farms are both ways to earn more $SHIBINU.

Staking only needs some $SHIBINU to be added to the Doggy Pound to earn more $SHIBINU or other tokens.

Farming is more complicated and needs Liquidity Pool (LP) tokens to be staked to earn $SHIBINU.

How do I farm $SHIBINU?

Check out our detailed yield farming guide here.

Why is my transaction failing?

Check the TX on If it says "burn amount exceeds balance" you forgot to unstake your $SHIBINU. If there is any other message it might be a problem within Binance Smart Chain (BSC), please try increasing the transfer fees to 20 GWEI 200,000 Gas limit.

When will you open more pools?

New Pools will be added to Shibance Inu after undergoing a vigorous vetting process. There will always be an announcement before the launch of these new pools.

Join our Telegram group to learn about new Pools as early as possible.

Why does it say I have no BNB balance?

If you've already transferred BNB into your Binance Smart Chain-enabled wallet but still have this error, you're most likely not connected to Binance Smart Chain within your wallet. Check your wallet's selected network and make sure you have Binance Smart Chain (BSC) selected.

What is the max supply of SHIBANCE INU?

$SHIBINU does not have a maximum supply. The circulating supply is managed through built-in burning and regular burning events.

Where can I check the Analytics?

You can check the analytics of Shibance Inu by click on the "Analytics" tab on the top menu or by clicking the link below.