Dejitaru Tsuka (ERC20: $TSUKA) comes with mysterious origins that still has everyone’s attention more than 1-year after it’s launch.
The TSUKA token has potential links to a famous crypto icon and has performed quite well despite the ongoing crypto winter. Since listing on CoinMarketCap, it has experienced gains of up to +1,290.52%.
Dejitaru Tsuka is listed on leading crypto exchanges, including Uniswap v2 and v3, Gate.io, Poloniex, Bitget, MEXC, CoinEx, LATOKEN, and BTCEX.
The History of Dejitaru Tsuka
The Dejitaru Tsuka is based on Japanese lore. It is named after a dragon considered the harbinger of great wealth. Thus far, the team behind it has yet to release a whitepaper. However, this has not put off investors from joining the token. It only took a few months after launch to achieve a market cap high of over $170 million. The TSUKA token’s market cap currently stands at just above $41 million.
Mysterious Origins of $TSUKA
Another interesting fact about TSUKA is that its founder(s) is unknown. Little information has been released since its launch in June 2022 on the Ethereum blockchain. Only a brief description of the Dejitaru Tsuka dragon from Japanese lore can be found on its website.
However, a recent update on its medium page provided further clarification. According to the update, TSUKA was created to address some of the shortcomings and deceptions in the crypto industry. Its goal is to have a transformative impact on the entire crypto industry.
The lack of information regarding the token has not stopped a community from coalescing around it. For instance, its official Twitter page has over 30K followers. The community around the token is called the Tsuka Sangha. It is based on the principles of research, meditation, and positivity. Its goal is to have a positive impact on the crypto industry.
Suspected Ties to Shiba Inu
One of the biggest hints that the same team behind Shiba Inu founded TSUKA is its Twitter profile. On Twitter, the token’s official profile only follows Ryoshi, the founder of Shiba Inu.
Another hint to its origins is that Ryoshi left the Shiba Inu community in May 2022. A month later, TSUKA was launched. A month after that, the TSUKA Twitter profile posted a message from Ryoshi. In that message, Ryoshi mentions a dragon and calls it a “beacon of hope for many.” Despite the many coincidences, Ryoshi has never publicly acknowledged ties to TSUKA.
In May 2023, the Medium page for TSUKA unveiled plans for Uruloki, a new decentralized exchange. Uruloki promises many new features that will address the limitations of both centralized and decentralized exchanges. The medium post stated that Uruloki’s smart contract was in development, and the DEX was launched in late Q3 2023.
While mystery surrounds TSUKA, the coin has been doing quite well thus far. With promises of future utility via the decentralized exchange, the community around it will likely continue growing.
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