Shytoshi Kusama Teases New Product Release in Shiba Inu Ecosystem

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Shytoshi Kusama, the head developer of the Shiba Inu ecosystem, has hinted at the impending release of a new "physical" product. He had previously promised to offer "many updates" in addition to details regarding the formal debut of Shibarium. The SHIB Army is excited over the new hint.

The Shiba Inu ecosystem’s pseudonymous head developer, Shytoshi Kusama, has hinted at the impending release of a new “physical” product. Since Kusama had previously promised to offer “many updates” in addition to details regarding the formal debut of Shibarium, this doesn’t come as much of a surprise to many members of the SHIB community.

The head SHIB dev disappeared for a while in May, and when he returned he informed the SHIB Army that the team had been hard at work behind the scenes. His lack of words reflected his seriousness about the next endeavor. No one knows for sure whether his most recent update is related to Shibarium, but for the time being, everyone is keeping their fingers crossed.

More Wait-time for Shibarium Release

Meanwhile, development on a Layer-2 scaling solution for Ethereum (ETH) that would make it easier for programmers to create decentralized applications (DApps) has been ongoing for some time, and its debut will come no later than August.

Rigorous Testing Underway

Although some members of Kusama’s team have expected an August release. He believes the mainnet rollout of Shibarium will occur in July. Since there is still testing to be done and security checks to be conducted, Lucie, a Shiba ecosystem official, predicts that the launch won’t happen until the third quarter of 2023.

To further protect users’ fund on Shibarium, most of these essential measures are obligatory. Developers of SHIB still need to construct a stable version of the bridge and Swap on the testnet. Before it can be released to the public. Notably, the Shibarium blockchain makes it possible to connect existing enterprises and boost projects at a reasonable cost.

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Shibarium’s “Puppynet” beta test launched about three months ago. This version is a simulation, however it offers an interface with network statistics, validator data, and staking capabilities. In the short time since its beta testing began, hundreds of businesses have shown an interest in adopting the protocol.

Naseem Sheikh