The motives behind the persistent attacks against the Shiba Inu community have been clarified by an AI bot on Discord called “Bad Idea AI Bot.” According to AI, the attacks on the community result from skepticism about the worth of cryptocurrencies, attention-seeking behavior, and perceived rivalry. The Shiba Inu ecosystem’s content marketing specialist, Lucie, tweeted a screenshot of the curious response.
The AI’s reaction indicates various potential reasons for these attacks. One explanation can be skepticism of the Shiba Army’s cryptocurrency’s worth and authenticity. It made the case that some individuals would be dubious about the token and its potential as a wise investment.
Additionally, the AI hypothesizes that some people may target the Shiba Inu Army out of attention-seeking tendencies and a desire to create havoc. These assailants may intend to interfere with the community’s activities or cause dissent among its members.
The AI also suggested that the Shib Army’s perceived danger could be a factor. Some people may believe that the community stands in the way of their aims or investments in the larger crypto sphere. This sense of rivalry may motivate their attacks on the Shiba Army.
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Growing Attacks in Shiba Inu Ecosystem
Lucie highlighted instances when people misused the #SHIBARMY tag and targeted the community with unfounded accusations that they were con artists earlier this year when she voiced alarm about the growing attacks on the environment. Lucie also brought up attempts to doxx developers, a crime involving the uninvited disclosure of private data.
Also, Shytoshi Kusama, the principal Shiba Inu developer, supposedly lost his blue checkmark because Twitter discovered him to be a con artist, according to Shib BPP, one of the top voices in the Shiba Inu community, who tweeted the accusation.
Kusama addressed the issue and congratulated the devoted Shiba Inu community member for their tenacity in the face of liars. He also cautioned an ex-internal team member not to spread false information.