Bigger Entertainment crypto record label and its CEO, Steven Cooper, shifted the majority of the 306.1 million SHIB that were permanently locked in dead wallets to one of these addresses.
They burned a total of 240,192,701 tokens during the planned burn celebration on Valentine's Day, which was shown live on YouTube.
Cooper said on Twitter on February 14, just before the celebration, that close to 1 billion Shiba Inu tokens will be burned this week.
Bigger Entertainment squandered 240.1 million, and today, on February 15, gaming platform @317 key would squander nearly 500 million SHIB through one of its mobile phone games, Bricks Buster.
The total quantity of SHIB to be burned today, according to the @317 key account, is somewhat less than that: 415,555,725.
The number of people who own SHIB tokens has reached a new high
The SHIB community has grown, and the total number of addresses with Shiba Inus has now hit a new historic high of 1,175,078 according to the WhaleStats statistics service.
The top 1,000 Ethereum whales currently own a total of 54,462,051,231,488 Shiba Inu coins worth $1,601,380,118.