FIREPIN Token (FRPN) claims to be an all-in-one multi-swap DAO cryptocurrency bridging five major blockchainsand thereby resolving a critical issue in the cryptosphere. According to its creators, FRPN will connect Binance Smart Chain (BNB), Ethereum (ETH), Polygon (MATIC), Avalanche (AVAX) and Solana (SOL), enabling holders to use the most efficient blockchain at the optimal time (depending on congestion) to complete transactions quickly and cheaply.
However, there are still a lot of unanswered questions regarding this new cryptocurrency. Let’s take at some frequently asked questions and whether FIREPIN is legitimate.
Does FIREPIN Token Have a White Paper?
Yes, FIREPIN’s White Paper can be found on its website www.firepin.io and it addresses many questions surrounding the creation and future roadmap for the new cryptocurrency.
According to the White Paper: “FIREPIN’s society, are a diverse group of individuals striving for a brighter future. With the firepin token, we hope to build the largest community in the crypto world and tokenomics, as well as promote a long-term rapid rise in the FIREPIN token’s value.”
The White Paper goes on to say that each FIREPINtransaction is charged 6% which is split in 3 ways:
%2 – Airdrop to community
%2 – Marketing
%2 – LP Acquisition
Existing FIREPIN holders earn a fee of 2% for each transaction on the network, which means the longer a person holds the token, the more tokens they will accumulate over time.
Where is the proof of concept?
FIREPIN Token is currently being audited by Certik, which is a blockchain security firm that leverages artificial intelligence to monitor and secure blockchain protocols and smart contracts. Certik’s mission is to secure the cyber world, and this audit will undoubtedly contribute to a boost in confidencefor potential holders.
Anyone can access Certik’s website and follow the audit by searching for FIREPIN Token or click on this link: (include link later)
Who Created FIREPIN Token?
While many questions about FIREPIN Token can be answered questions, there are a few that I am unable to locateinformation for. These include:
• Who makes up the team and what are their qualifications?
• Where are they based?
I’ve read the whitepaper and I am unable to find the answers to these questions; however, it’s worth noting that there are numerous legitimate cryptocurrencies with anonymous creators and teams, including Bitcoin (the biggest in the world).
Is FIREPIN Token Legitimate?
Yes, FIREPIN Token is legitimate. Considering that FIREPIN Token is being audited by Certik, which is renowned for ensuring blockchain security, it is highly unlikely thatFIREPIN is not a legitimate cryptocurrency. It’s difficult to know what is legitimate or not within the crypto world, Dogecoin was called a scam for years and is now one of the biggest cryptocurrencies in the world. All we have to go by is relying on companies like Certik who investigate blockchain protocols and smart contracts to make sure that everything is above board.
Investing in any cryptocurrency is risky and regulations may put even the biggest cryptocurrencies at risk, so buyers shouldalways proceed with caution.
Is FIREPIN Token a Rug Pull?
No, it is unlikely that FIREPIN is a rug pull because, as previously mentioned, it is being audited by Certik, which will analyse the smart contract (which dictates how a cryptocurrency operates). If FIREPIN’s smart contract is above board then it is highly unlikely that it will be a rug pull. However, as previously stated, buyers should proceed with caution. Unfortunately, due to the nature of cryptocurrencies being unregulated there are always risks.
How Many FIREPIN Tokens are There?
FIREPIN will be capped at 100,000,000,000 (100 billion) tokens across all protocols, with 30,000,000 tokens being reserved for the presale, according to the White Paper. It’s important that cryptocurrencies have a cap as this prevents rapid inflation. No more FIREPIN Tokens will ever be created.
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