Shibarium Documentation Now Available; What’s Next?

100K+ Wallet Now adopts Shibarium; New High For Shiba Inu?

The public can now access documentation explaining how Shibarium, the Shiba Inu ecosystem’s Ethereum Layer 2 solution, functions and how it was created.

Shytoshi Kusama, the lead developer for Shiba Inu, was the first to inform the community in a Telegram message yesterday. 

He stated in separate messages that the team had to put in a lot of work to produce the documentation and that this week had many 16-hour work days.

The developer said that typos and omissions would be fixed and that the Unification Foundation would be acknowledged as having provided the oracle.

The developer remarked, “The docs are ever-evolving, guys and gals.”

More Surprises From the Shibarium Team? 

Kusama has hinted that the community is in for more pleasant surprises from the creators. 

Also, the group has started a new Discord server.

The developer described the following steps, including additional tests and testnet iterations.

The team would strive to send out each of the over 5,000 responses to the Shibarium intake form. Before the latter occurs, says Kusama, there will be “one more announcement.”

Ringoshi Toitsu, a Unification validator, and the official Shiba Inu Twitter account have tweeted the change since the documents became available.

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 As of the last report, the primary developer on the project, Kaal Dhairya, had said that the documents were ready and that developers were discussing the specifics with him on Telegram.

It should be noted that the documents were initially supposed to debut one week after the Shibarium beta network became live.

Developers have, however, altered the Shibarium testnet chain ID in response to refuted assertions that the code was a clone of the Rinia network, as was previously reported.

Shibarium is said to have a 10,000 times lower transaction fee than Ethereum, according to the paperwork that has been made public. 

Note that base and priority fees are separate charges on the network. 

Validators receive the priority fee, 70% of the base is automatically used to burn and purchase back SHIB, and 30% is set aside for network upkeep.

 Further adjustments to this computation might be made as the network develops.

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