Kusama Launches New Discord Server for Shibarium; What Does This Mean to the Shiba Inu Community?

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A Discord server was created due to the new Shibarium documentation being introduced. The server was introduced simultaneously with the official release of the Shibarium documentation, designed to provide a greater understanding of the layer-2 network.

Late on Friday, Shytoshi Kusama posted a tweet announcing the launch of the new server. He apologized to the community for the numerous FUD attacks from the original official Shiba Inu server, which he stated was beyond his control.

Kusama, the head of the Shiba Inu project, has revealed a new Discord server mainly focused on conversations related to Shibarium and related projects. This new server was created after a massive FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt) campaign was launched from the official Shiba Inu Discord server.

Additionally, Kusama welcomed all trustworthy community members to join the new Discord server established for Shibarium and other related projects. He referred to it as “a safe place.”

A brief server examination displays various relevant categories with channels for specific discussions. These channels focus on several topics, such as Shibarium Announcements, General Shiba Inu Chat, Shiboshis Announcements, Shiba Eternity, Metaverse Announcements, and Shibarium Projects, among others.

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In a previous article that detailed a FUD attack, a rift in the Shiba Inu community was caused by the attack, which originated from the official Shiba Inu server, more precisely from the Bone channel. The attack rapidly spread and dominated the space, prompting some supporters to request a new server that lacked all the negativity.

Although the new server is officially dedicated to Shibarium, it also features channels designed for general discussions within the Shiba Inu ecosystem.

It’s worth noting that the new server was launched concurrently with the publication of the Shibarium documentation. The community had been demanding the release of these documents to provide a more in-depth understanding of the layer-2 network.

Additionally, the Chain ID for the Shibarium testnet was changed yesterday to address the ongoing FUD.

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