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Shiba Inu Rival Love Hate Inu Raises $4.4 Million – Launches Viral Love-Hate Andrew Tate $10,000 Voting Competition

Love Hate Inu is a new cryptocurrency project that has raised $44 million in a private sale. The project is designed to be a rival to Shiba Inu, another popular cryptocurrency that has gained popularity in recent months.

Love Hate Inu aims to differentiate itself from other cryptocurrencies by focusing on community engagement and social media marketing. The project has launched a viral "Love/Hate" campaign, which encourages users to vote on various topics and share their opinions on social media. The campaign is designed to generate buzz and increase awareness of the Love Hate Inu project.

The project has also partnered with Andrew Tate, a popular social media influencer, to run a 10,000-voting competition on Twitter. The competition is designed to further increase awareness of the project and to engage with the cryptocurrency community.

(by Gary McFarlane)

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