Saigo Takamori, The Last Samurai
Saigo Takamori of Japan is known as the Last Samurai, who lived from 1828 to 1877 and is remembered to this day as the epitome of bushido, the samurai code. Although much of his history has been lost, recent scholars have discovered clues to the true nature of this illustrious warrior and diplomat.
HONOR AND INTEGRITY
Stealth Launch, No Private or Pre-Sale
$TAKA is a low tax ETH community token that has a 0% roundtrip tax.
Our LP is locked & ownership is renounced.
There are no team tokens and no air drops.
Launch tax will be reduced over time.
Limits will be lifted.
To be announced...
The team at TAKA places priority on the safety of its investors. We've been around the crypto space for a long time and have all lived through the painful experience of shady developers and their rug-pulls. Our starting liquidity will be locked, and the contract renounced - making the token as safe to trade.
Takamori will be a zero tax token, with no limits on individual holder supply. Launch tax will be gradually reduced over time, and the contract will be renounced. We believe in the ethos of decentralization and will be working tirelessly to live up to this spirit and the bushido code.
The contract is renounced. All big decisions are guided by the community. The team is composed of reputable and experienced members of the memecoin space that can tap into their relationships with a massive network of callers and influencers to help promote the project.
Bushido distinguishes between bravery and courage: Courage is worthy of being counted among virtues only if it’s exercised in the cause of Righteousness and Rectitude.
DUTY AND LOYALTY
True men remain loyal to those to whom they are indebted: Loyalty to a superior was the most distinctive virtue of the feudal era. Personal fidelity exists among all sorts of men but only in the code of chivalrous Honor does Loyalty assume paramount importance.
The sense of Honor, a vivid consciousness of personal dignity and worth, characterized the samurai. He was born and bred to value the duties and privileges of his profession. Fear of disgrace hung like a sword over every head.