Dingo Token will be moved to the Ethereum network (ERC20) to increase its availability. During the transition period, Dingo Token will continue to be used on both networks. The transactions will be performed manually through the Deployer wallet.
To participate in the transition process, Dingo Token (BSC) must be sent to the Dingo Token (BSC) deployer wallet by March 1st, 2023.
Dingo Token (BSC) -> Deployer Wallet -> Dingo Token (ERC20)
Deployer Wallet Address: 0x63b6cec45c8a920e187428629abffbcbf9cda263
Dingo Token (ERC20) Contract Address: 0x1f961BCEAEF8eDF6fb2797C0293FfBDe3E994614
Dingo Token ERC20 contract is an Ethereum-based token that has been created with the unique feature that it cannot be modified once deployed. This means that the terms of the contract, including the built-in functions, cannot be altered by any party.
One of the key functions of the Dingo Token is that every time a transfer of tokens is made, a 10% burn function is applied. This means that 10% of the tokens transferred are permanently destroyed and taken out of circulation. This burn function is intended to help control the overall supply of the token and increase its value over time.
In the long-term, the goal is to transfer all liquidity and tokens to the Dingo ERC20 contract. This means that all trading and holding of Dingo tokens would occur on the contract, allowing for increased transparency and security.
As of now, transactions of Dingo tokens can be made on both the Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain networks. This allows for more flexibility in trading and holding the token, but the ultimate goal is to have all activity occur on the Dingo ERC20 contract.