The Sanshu Inu Discord AMA!

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In less time than it takes to walk a dog to the park the Sanshu community has become one of the most dedicated and welcoming crypto meme clans.

If you’ve ever had the experience of raising a puppy, you know just how cute a baby meme dog can be.

So who are the dedicated team behind Sanshu? What aspirations do they have for Sanshu and the enthusiasts who are going googly-eyed for his blissful cuteness? What trick will Sansu learn next?

If you missed the recent Sanshu Discord AMA here’s a quick summary:

- The Sanshu Inu team consists of two devs and two web devs who have been in the crypto space for some years and have backgrounds in computer science.

- The team has burned their 2% token allocation. They purchased a small amount of tokens on the market shortly after listing. They continue to hold these and have no plans to sell in short-mid term. There are no large whale holdings (biggest wallet currently 1.3% supply).

- The team is working on a yield farming platform code named “the Dog Park”. The current concept is that stakers of the SANSHU/ETH LP tokens will earn a secondary token.

- The team wants to partner with many other dog and animal tokens to build a thriving memecoin community.

Read the transcript:

NBX:

Can we know a little bit more about the team behind Sanshu?

Sanshu Bro:

I would describe us as a couple of guys who were inspired by the success of other major dog coins like DOGE and SHIBA. If you want to know something about the team size, we are currently 2 webdevs and 2 Sol Devs.

Sazi:

Will the Dev team Doxx themself in the future when this goes parabolic?

Sanshu Bro:

I can’t promise anything about that. I’m sorry.

Sazi:

Have the devs had experience with developing coins in the past? And is this project your team’s main focus?

Sanshu Bro:

We didn’t run any past projects, but have backgrounds and degrees in computer science as well as having been in the crypto space for multiple years already.

Currently the team’s main focus is on Sanshu, yes.

NJ1mi:

I noticed there aren’t any Sanshu Reddit posts made on CryptoMoonShots yet. If you have 1500 karma and your account is older than 3 months, you could make a post there about Sanshu.

Sanshu Bro:

I think you should reach out to some community members, surely there is someone with that kind of a reddit account.

Chriss:

I know the testimonials are a joke and they’re funny. Any possibility of this biting you in the ass, no pun intended, without a disclaimer?

Sanshu Bro:

I don’t think there should be any worries about this, worst case we could remove those and fill it with other memes.

nbx:

Are you open for other software engineers to join to help the dev team?

Sanshu Bro:

Currently there is no need imo, we are doing fine with two. If we ever run into a problem we can’t solve on our own, we will gladly consult other software devs to help us out though. But so far we are managing very well and haven’t run into any issues.

Chriss:

Any plans for a dark version of the website?

Sanshu Bro:

I’m going to make a list for the web devs later, so they can add all your requests.

nbx:

From the website you mention that there are no team tokens. What is the incentive for the team to work on this? How do they fund their work? I imagine the team bought first, so isn’t that the same thing as having team tokens somehow?

Sanshu Bro:

Since this is probably the most sensitive question, I am going to be fully transparent and address this in detail.

We funded this project out of our own pockets (initial liquidity, development, website and hiring multiple influencers to promote us) without really knowing how far we could take this project and its community.

We originally planned to keep 2% of the team tokens to fund these costs and future developments, but decided to just burn it all to boost early investor confidence.

As you said, the team did buy some initial tokens (since it’s our own project and we did not raise any funds to start it), but hasn’t sold any so far and isn’t planning to in the near future.

Furthermore, everyone can check the holders on etherscan and see that there are no significant big wallets, as we didn’t want to monopolize and hinder the growth of our own project.

Rest assured, if we ever liquidate some of those tokens to cover project costs, we will not do it in a way that will hurt the growth of the project.

We made quite a bit of money in crypto and our main goal was building a successful project of our own. If we just wanted money, we could have sold the dev wallet for 50,000$ instead of burning it.

Sazi:

With the dog park will we be able to see progress snapshots along the way?

Sanshu Bro:

I am currently working on the dog park. I don’t want to give an ETA to not create a room for disappointment, but I can tell you guys that we are currently working on it and that it should be here most likely in mid may

Bitboycrypto:

We have seen info come out here and there about it, but could you provide an overview of the Dog Park staking concept again?

Sanshu Bro:

I don’t want to ignore this question of course, so the current concept of the dog park is that people can stake SANSHU/ETH LP tokens in there to earn a secondary token with another use case.

We want to include other dog meme coins as well to include all communities, because we aren’t here to compete, we think that we all should work together and build a huge community.

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