Dinger Token Review: Just Hype, Scam or Legit?

I’m not going to lie, I just got to know about Dinja. If you are a regular on my website or YouTube channel, you’d know that I get some of the tokens I review and invest in through Reddit. I carefully have followed the conversations around scrodinger. The general perception is that the token is going to be big, sometime in the future. Here’s some of the conversations.

You can see here, 60 days ago,  a Redditor said, buy $Dinger. Gonna pop soon. Another one said, hi guys! Just switched some Shiba for dinger.

Now, the question is, what are these folks seeing in this token. Are all these comments true? Let us find that out ourselves. Hence, this Dinger review is for those who are looking to invest in legit meme coins, those who are just curious about Schrodinger, and those who perhaps have already invested in the project.

Before we begin, you and I need to establish an understanding. “I’m not a banker or a financial expert. I will not be held responsible for your financial decision. This article is just a guide. See it as entertainment.”

With that said, lets look at what Schrodinger token is.

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What is Schrodinger Token?

According coin market cap.com, dinger token is the next generation of meme culture. The Dinger project will kick off a revolution where an average person can gain access to launching meme tokens and creating their own unique environments that will help their project succeed. Dinger is centered around investor protection. Through coin market cap, we find out the token has been audited by Certik. This is a positive. I always want to see the Certik badge on projects.

Dinger is looking very interesting to me. Let’s go on to check out SchroDinger token’s website.

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Dinger’s website

Dinger’s website is unique and well designed. The website is SSL secure and optimized for various mobile viewports. The website description begins with an interesting headline that says thus, The cat lovers meme.

Through the website, we discover that Dinger’s liquidity has been locked for one year. Also, the fact that ownership has been renounced gives investors more confidence in the token. We also discover that the token is named after Elon Musk’s cat. Which is not strange for a meme coin.

Dinger’s Use Case and Utilities

Dinger  claims to offer a complete ecosystem of utilities for our holders. These utilities are, i-cat, catapult, Dlock, Cat-iversity and 9 lives. I-cat is an interactive gaming platform, catapult will be a launch pad for meme tokens, Dlock is a Dapp that secures liquidity of projects, and Cativersity is an educational platform.

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Tokenomics

Dinger token has a total supply of one trillion. An 8% tax is levied on investors upon every transaction in the dinger ecosystem. The website let’s us know that every will be two transactions with the same maker address. One transaction is for the actual sale that the maker made. The other transaction is a sale of the accumulated tokens from the taxes. These tokens are sold for eth and then distributed to the developer and marketing wallets accordingly.

Dinger On Token sniffer

On tokensniffer, Dinger token’s contract is rated 89%. You do not see that often.

Almost everything about Dinger’s contract is on point and in order. The token has been renounced.  The token’s liquidity is locked for 251 days. The creators do not have any special permission, etc. The positive around this project is satisfying. However, Dinger token also has two negatives highlighted. The first is that the contract is unoriginal. Also, the liquidity locked seem to not be enough. Dinger only locked away 72% of it’s liquidity, while the remaining 28% is under the control of the developers. This makes a rug pull possible.

Asides from the highlighted issues, Dinger’s contract is in almost perfect condition.

Developers behind dinger token

The developers behind this token are nameless and faceless. Ordinarily, this would have been a red flag. However, the contract is relatively safe as seen through token sniffer and Certik.  Another point of consideration is whether this faceless team has the necessary experience and expertise to make Dinger token succeed. Because we do not know who is behind the token, we can not tell.

Conclusion

In conclusion, Dinger is a safe token, in my opinion. One of the most interesting things about this project is the fact that the token has just 7200 holders and a market cap of around  $16,617,486, at the time of writing this review. This means that the token and its community is growing organically.
It also shows belief and confidence in the potential of Dinger. The only draw back with this project is the fact the marketing is seemingly poor or not consistent enough. For this token to hit major height this year, its marketing has to improve. The community is growing and bullish about it.

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