Shytoshi Kusama appeared on Twitter to publish some content, which he deleted moments later. Was it a mistake? Or perhaps a deliberate teasing of the Shiba Inu community? Let’s find out!
Shibarium on the way
Shytoshi Kusama has once again revealed a hint of plans for the implementation of Shibarium. On February 1, he appeared on Twitter, posting a certain document, which disappeared moments later. Fortunately, some fans of the dog coin showed reflexes and managed to take a screenshot. Among them was Lucie, who shared the content on her profile:
The document seen here was a redirect to the Shibaswap blog page and was titled “Test.” According to the notes that appear in the photo, this was an attempt to test the Twitter algorithm for this site. This is allegedly part of the preparations before the launch of Shibarium. However, it is not known whether the attempt was successful and the developer achieved his intended goal. It also remains a mystery whether such a short exposure of the post was intentional or a result of a mistake. However, due to the fact that this was a test, it can be assumed that the publication actually lasted a very short time. In the process, it caused quite a stir.
The Shiba Inu community is receiving further signals
Kusama, the all-too-familiar developer of the dog coin, is very fond of teasing its community in an attempt to stoke tensions, ahead of the next online developments. One clever way of communicating, for example, was the recent change in the location tag he made on Twitter. In that location appeared the “Situation Room.” In colloquial terms, this is a special place where, most often, the person in power receives the latest strategic information and, based on it, makes subsequent decisions. For obvious reasons, the change to the Situation Room may indicate activities within the Shibarium.
In addition, Kusama recently changed his Twitter bio, which he also deleted shortly thereafter. It had equally mysterious content and read:
“I’m quickly learning to play the flute before I put Shibarium in a heart-shaped box with a bow.”
Shibarium’s launch on Valentine’s Day?
The above sentence might indicate that the release of the long-awaited Shibarium might take place on Valentine’s Day. However, the community seems to be gaining more and more distance from these announcements. They appear to be very astute and thought-provoking, but at the same time, in the event of any setback, easily dismissed. This mode of communication, and the subsequent lack of concrete information regarding updates, therefore seems to be achieving the opposite of its intended effect.