Shytoshi Kusama, the leader chosen by the Shiba Inu community, switched his Twitter location to the United States, sparking rumors among community members. Once again, he relocated to Denham Springs in the US state of Louisiana. This most recent change has sparked speculation.
Notably, the Shiba Inu ecosystem is at a critical juncture as the community looks forward to the debut of a number of initiatives, Shibarium being one of them. In the midst of the expectation, Kusama has kept dropping indications about how these developing activities are coming along.
One strategy Kusama frequently does is to frequently update his profile information on Twitter, particularly his location and bio. As a result, some Shiba Inu community members have been on the lookout for such developments. The current geographical move was originally brought to the public’s attention by Kuro, a Shiba Inu community influencer from Japan, opening the door for rumors.
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Reactions from Community Members
As would be expected, the development has sparked responses, albeit slowly. The developer’s whereabouts and reason for visiting Louisiana are still unknown. Notably, the last time Kusama’s move sparked attention from the neighborhood, the SHIB developer had, as was previously reported, relocated to Japan.
Shiba Inu soon after secured a listing on the major Japanese financial organization SBI Group on June 28, marking a significant milestone in Japanese history. There isn’t any proof, though, that Kusama’s presence in Japan had any impact on this accomplishment.
Despite this ambiguity, Kusama’s constant location movements have frequently been attributed by community members to anticipated changes in the ecosystem. Yesterday, it came to light that Kusama had stressed the importance of creating further projects after the debut of Shibarium.
Remember that Shibarium will eventually be revealed in August at the Futurist Conference in Toronto, Canada? That was verified by the Shiba Inu project lead in a blog post published last week.
The forthcoming layer-2 network for the Shiba Inu ecosystem is anticipated to hasten burns, support adoption, and add additional functionality. The debut of the Metaverse and ShibaSwap 2.0 are also widely awaited events in the community, but this one is still the most anticipated.