Lead developer Shiba Inu reports that Shibarium is ready. In doing so, he promised to present its details through a blog post on February 15. In the meantime, its logo has been unveiled.
Kusama announces Shibarium
Valentine’s Day was the day when many Shiba Inu network observers expected the release of Shibarium. We reported on this possibility in our recent articles. The project’s main developer, Shytoshi Kusama, has smuggled this kind of news in his word games more than once. However, as it turns out, it again did not turn out to be true. Nevertheless, it was on February 14 that Kusama appeared on Twitter and informed:
“Tomorrow my first part in the Medium series will be released, introducing the world to Shibarium. The arc fits nicely, but I’m not releasing anything until Dhairya finishes her mourning.”
More information was learned on the community’s channel on Telegram, where Kusama officially stated that Shibarium is ready and awaiting the release of the beta version. However, the developer cannot enjoy it without his friend and co-author Dhairya. This one recently lost his father, making it impossible for him to celebrate with him.
Articles that will explain a lot; FUD in the background
According to Kusama, articles on Medium to be published soon will address, among other things, misconceptions regarding the potential operation of the Shibarium.
He also pointed out the events that are allegedly currently being played out in the background. He is referring to a coordinated FUD campaign that is said to be aimed at Kusama himself. Activities are focused on trying to break up the Shiba Inu community and weaken the token’s condition. As the developer assures, he is trying to be above the fray, so as to ensure the protection of both SHIB lovers and the dog coin itself.
Shibarium logo revealed
Meanwhile, some influential Shiba Inu influencers, revealed on Twitter the new logo for the highly anticipated second layer solution. Among them were SHIB Knight and Lucie. Soon after, this information was also confirmed by Kusama, presenting the aforementioned graphic as his background photo.
In it, we see the Shiba Inu mascot with a green border, which on the right side takes the form of the connections found in chips, or processors.
Despite all of the above, the community continues to press the developer to reveal information on the final release date of Shibarium. This one, in response, revealed that it will take place before May.