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SHIB Lead Dev Posts Mysterious Tweet: "Initial Design Approved" — Shibarium?

Thu, 11/17/2022 - 09:48
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Yuri Molchan
Shytoshi Kusama has posted positive tweet, obviously related to Shiba Inu but pretty unclear
SHIB Lead Dev Posts Mysterious Tweet: "Initial Design Approved" — Shibarium?
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Lead developer of Shiba Inu Shytoshi Kusama, who is focused on Shibarium now, has taken to Twitter to share a mysterious but seemingly bullish statement.

The community keeps asking "wen Shibarium," though.

"Initial design approved," tweet goes

Shytoshi Kusama spread the word about the "initial design" getting approved and added that now he can "double down."

He did not specify what exactly this positive news was about, so in the comment thread, members of the SHIB army started asking whether it is about Shibarium or perhaps the Shiba Eternity 2 mobile game.

No comment from the SHIB developer followed.

Overall, however, the reaction of the community was positive, despite the murky tweet.

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SHIB metaverse team reveals two new hubs

Earlier this week, the SHIB team unveiled two new hubs for the metaverse, presenting the concept art to the public on Twitter.

The first one was called "Dunes," and it symbolizes an oasis, a "massive, shaped, modern" space for adventurous travelers with glitzy architecture and cooling waters.

The second concept artwork presented to the SHIB army this week was that of the tech trench hub. The design of the latter was inspired by top-notch tech universities and schools around the world, including Yale and Princeton universities in the U.S., Otemon Gakuin University and Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower in Japan, and Rolex Learning Center based in Switzerland.

SHIB dev team is working on metaverse in collaboration with major visualization studio The Third Floor (TTF).

About SHIB metaverse hubs

Several other hubs of the metaverse were revealed earlier this year as the dev team is keeping the community warm for the time when the project actually launches.

Hubs are pieces of virtual land inside metaverse launches — 100,595 of those will be set in the metaverse. A total of 36,431 of them will be unlocked as the metaverse kicks off when it is fully ready.

As of the end of August, 19,000 plots of virtual land were purchased by around 5,600 individuals and entities.

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