New rumors on Shibarium, indicate launch of Shiba Inu tier two as early as this coming week

While the wait for the official launch of Shibarium continues, there is speculation suggesting that the SHIB price could reach $0.001

One well-known youtuber, citing a mysterious phone call, reports that Shibarium is set to launch as early as in the coming week. These revelations, in an equally mysterious manner, can be confirmed by Shiba Inu’s lead developer, Shytoshi Kusama.

Shibarium re-announced

The announcements related to the launch of SHIB’s second tier are endless. Many times, however, they have had nothing to do with reality, leaving the community with a sense of great disappointment. One can even assume that when the right, one-of-a-kind and true announcement comes, no one will believe it. Is something like that happening this time?

One popular cryptocurrency youtuber, known as YourPOP, referring to a phone call he received from Shytoshi Kusama himself, wrote:

“To the SHIB community, Shytoshi just stated that the Shibarium beta should be live next week! Kaal is back in action!”.

More information was made available, in a video posted on YouTube. To quote the author:

 “I just received official word from Shytoshi and the connection in fact. Shytoshi stated in a group chat that the Shibarium beta should be live within the next week. Many of us were predicting May 2023, but now we just got official word from Shytoshi that it should be within the next week.”

Wave of skepticism

This information, because of the arguments cited above, was accompanied by an obvious wave of skepticism. One Twitter user indicated to take the message posted by the youtuber with caution. In his words:

“The release of Shibarium will certainly not be announced by the youtuber.”

In doing so, he pointed to a small amount of data that could confirm the statement. All the confusion was spiced up by the fact that Kusama himself appeared in response, writing:

“When he is right you will owe him an apology.”

Another confirmation of Shibarium’s release

Another person who decided to confirm the youtuber’s words was PawZone founder and administrator of the official Shibarium Telegram group, JD’s Updates. He posted a tweet in which he said:

“Shibarium beta should be released next week ShibArmy. Let the show begin.”

So according to these revelations, Shibarium should see the light of day between February 27 and March 5. Will it actually take place this time? There is not much time left, so we will soon find out.

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