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Partnered SHIB Bad Idea AI (BAD) is now backed by the second-largest DEX.

The currency BAD has been listed on another exchange, with its utility gradually expanding.

BAD is now tradable on another cryptocurrency trading platform. This time, it was the renowned DeFi platform and DEX, ThorChain. In a recent post, BAD’s team reminded the community that ThorChain is the second-largest decentralized exchange by trading volume, after Uniswap.

BAD is experiencing a series of listing operations on various cryptocurrency exchanges.

Over the past few months, BAD has been listed on a variety of digital currency trading platforms, including the major Australian exchange and MEXC.

The artificial intelligence idea has gained traction amid growing interest in the technological landscape. This project was launched for experimental and educational purposes and announced a partnership with the Shiba Inu team and the Shibarium Blockchain from the second layer earlier this year.

Currently, BAD has nearly 14,000 holders and ranks 621 on the CoinMarketCap scale for cryptocurrencies. BAD is trading at a price of $0.00000004087, showing a decrease of approximately 4% over the past 24 hours.

Collaboration between the BAD and SHIB teams

Shiba Inu’s lead developer, known as Shitoshi Kusama, stated this autumn that he had been in contact with several members of the BAD team and had discussions about AI-based projects and initiatives that BAD and Shibarium would build together in the future.

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Up to now, the Bad Idea AI robot has been launched on the Shibarium Tech channel on Telegram, providing information to SHIB users. The robot will analyze market trends and predict the outcomes of various strategies.

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