The platform responsible for the early testing phase of Shibarium is going offline. In the meantime, the community expects the developers to release the second layer documentation. Time to complete the task remains increasingly short.
Puppyscan Shibarium stops working
As Shiba Inu supporters report, the website responsible for testing Shibarium solutions is currently not working. At the time of this writing, it indicates an error known as “502: Bad Gateway.” This has raised concerns about the future of SHIB’s second layer. Nevertheless, the developers of the dog ecosystem indicate that they are working to restore Puppyscan Shibarium to full functionality.
Error 502 indicates that the page a user is trying to access is currently unavailable. In the vast majority of cases, the trouble resolves itself. Often it also requires resetting the connection, or, in worse cases, doing the right work within the server.
For what purpose was Puppyscan created?
Puppyscan is the space in which Puppynet operates, which is the early testing phase for Shibarium. Investors are cautioned not to issue their SHIB tokens or any other ecosystem-related tokens in this area. This is due to the fact that all the tokens here are only imitations for testing purposes. A different time will come for the real use of the coins.
While there are key problems with the functioning of this space, Shiba Inu’s lead developer, Shytoshi Kusama, is under pressure from the community, which is calling for the release of the Shibarium documentation. This one had its premiere this week. The issue is also being urged by Ringoshi, who is the operator of the Unification fund working on Shibarium.
The release of the documentation is a necessary step, based on which users will be able to set up so-called test nodes. As a result of intense pressure, Kusama reported that his news section is flooded with questions, affecting his own concentration. It is therefore reasonable to speculate about further delays.
What’s next for Shiba Inu?
In later discussions on Telegram, Kusama revealed that he would temporarily have to leave the group, as he had to take care of “certain matters.” This fact has given rise to further speculation. Some users note that this offers a chance for the imminent publication of the expected documentation. Others, however, speculate that some separate element has caught the developer’s attention, which will again affect delays.
Meanwhile, the price of Shiba Inu is still in a broad consolidation, trading around $0.000011.