Shiba Inu’s Shibarium Public Beta Will Launch Soon, according to Unification, but it will only say when exactly.
The L2 network will soon be implemented, according to the Unification Foundation, one of the creators of Shibarium, a Layer-2 scaling solution created by Shiba Inu.
Unification stated today in a blog post:
“Our work with the Shibarium team remains our core external project for the year.”
The Shiba Inu community is eagerly awaiting the launch of the L2 network, but according to Unification, the development teams are currently concentrating on delivering a reliable blockchain network.
The blog post stated:
“Although the question of the release date of this project is something we hear and consider daily, it’s much more important for us to work with and support the team to ensure the most secure, usable vision and accompanying product possible.”
No Shibarium Exact Launch Date Yet
Shibarium research, according to Unification, is “moving forward with great strength.”
Remarkably, Shibarium’s internal alpha is continually improved to meet the community’s needs that are eagerly awaiting its release.
Unification reassured the community that the release of the Shibarium public beta was imminent. The announcement needed to provide a precise launch date for the project.
“The Wen is soon, and we are excited to support, develop, and release a public update on the product shortly!” Unification noted.
Shibarium Delays Despite Claims That the Project Will Launch Soon
The eagerly anticipated Layer-2 network has experienced numerous delays.
Shibarium’s alpha and public testnets are expected to go live by the end of the third quarter or very soon after, according to a September statement from Unification.
The community anticipated the project would be launched by the end of September 2022, as promised by the development team.
They were disappointed, though, when Shibarium’s public alpha launch did not go as planned. Following the letdown, a barrage of Twitter trolls attacked Shiba Inu for breaking its promise.
Shiba Inu did not provide a release date for Shibarium, according to Shytoshi Kusama, the pseudonymous lead developer of SHIB, in response to the criticism.
The project, which has a canine theme, “does not give dates,” he continued. Additionally, he suggested that Shibarium would soon receive an update, saying that the community would be thrilled to hear it.
After the team finished the players’ manual for the Shiba Eternity game, Kusama declared on November 1 that his attention was now on Shibarium.