Kusama Reacts to Elon Musk’s Tweet Regarding the Launch of Community Notes

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Shiba Inu’s lead developer Shytoshi Kusama, who goes by the alias Shytoshi, responded to a recent tweet by Twitter CEO Elon Musk about the worldwide launch of community notes. Musk thanked the person in charge of managing the Community Notes Twitter account in a tweet that was written in Japanese. 

Regarding its testing period in Japan, the Community Notes account offered an update. Notably, Twitter Community Notes is a program that empowers users to provide context for possibly inaccurate tweets to improve global knowledge. 

The Community Notes announced in Japanese that it had started recruiting participants in Japan on March 23, 2023. The Community Notes handle stated yesterday that the project benefited people from various perspectives and added that the service would be available worldwide. 

Musk tweeted a similar message in Japanese as the post was written in that language, saying, “Thank you very much.” 

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Reaction from Shiba Inu Community

Musk’s tweet, which had over 110.2M views, sparked Twitter users’ responses as expected. The lead developer for Shiba Inu was one among many who responded to the tweet. Kusama responded to Musk’s post by speculating, “What are the chances…?” 

Interestingly, the Shiba Inu community flocked to the tweet to try to understand Kusama’s remark. While some SHIB aficionados connected the tweet to the imminent Shibarium mainnet debut, others don’t believe the tweet has anything to do with Shiba Inu. 

The tweet also indicates that Kusama was attempting to comprehend the viability of Twitter Community Notes. 

The Community Notes will Help Shiba Inu Ecosystem

Shiba Inu fans will find a project like the Community Notes to be of the utmost importance. It is important to note that con artists have recently been preying on SHIB aficionados, utilizing various methods to defraud unwary investors of their money. 

These con artists occasionally set up unauthorized accounts to advertise phony freebies while posing as Kusama. As was previously noted, fraudsters disseminating false Shibarium freebies were spotted.

Shiba Inu team members found explicitly refuting the claim challenging because the scammers had turned off the comment section. Collaborators may quickly provide context to these false tweets using Community Notes, protecting gullible Shiba Inu investors. 

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