Shibnobi AMA Meeting with CEO Cliff Fettner 10/05/2022

Shibnobi AMA Meeting with CEO Cliff Fettner 10/05/2022

-LUCK DRAW: The following changes and updates have been made to Luck Draw (
     ⦁  The team will be replenishing the prize pool to greater incentivize                                participation

    ⦁  Drawings will still be done every Tuesday and Friday, but will now occur at               10:30 pm EST     instead of 5 pm EST

    ⦁  Additional partners of ours (Proof of Memes, DeGem, Volt Inu) have been                added to the     buyback + burn support list
During tomorrow night’s AMA, we will be leading a combined effort to have as many users as possible post their Luck Draw referral links to various social media platforms in an attempt to bring more awareness to the utility. Tune in at 10 pm EST to join us!

-SHIBNOBI STAKING: For clarification purposes, we want to ensure that the community understands that our main staking platform is being developed and will be run in-house. We will not be using a third-party provider like we did with GoldFarm.

Open-Floor Q&A

Q: When the snapshot is taken for the V2 migration period, will our staked tokens be included in our total percentage of the supply held?
A: Yes. Those tokens are still tied to your wallet address even when they are staked.

Q: Is there a way to remove the old NFT collection from our wallets?
A: You can either choose to hide the NFTs, or send them to the burn address.

Q: How am I supposed to claim the Credits+ I earn through staking if there isn’t an option to connect my wallet to Play?
A: An update in the near future will add the ability to connect wallets to Play.

Q: If I stake my tokens to earn Credits+ on, am I no longer able to sell or transfer them?
A: While they are staked, you cannot interact with them. You are able to unstake prior to November 22, but you will not receive any Credits+ if you do.

Q: What is the maximum number of wallets that we will be able to link to our Shibnobi accounts?
A: This is still being determined, but the number will likely be large enough to not cause any issues for the average investor.