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Shiba Inu's New Era Has Begun as Lead Developer Debuts Shibarium's Intake System

Mon, 27/02/2023 - 8:28
Shiba Inu's New Era Has Begun as Lead Developer Debuts Shibarium's Intake System
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Shytoshi Kusama, the top developer of Shiba Inu, has debuted a new Shibarium-related website and intake system, to much fanfare.


The registration mechanism has been established to back anyone interested in doing something for the project and to enable the developer crew to identify the most promising projects and match them with others who can help.

He added that the registration system is designed to help people engage with the community in a more efficient way and stay organized throughout the process.

Shibarium's launch signals a new era for the Shiba Inu community, as the network expands its reach and opens up to a wider range of businesses and individuals.

With the intake system, Shibarium is set to attract more professional companies and renew relationships with past businesses.

It is worth noting that filling out the intake form is not a requirement to start building with Shibarium. As stressed by Kusama, Shibarium is an open platform for anyone to build on, and there are no restrictions or qualifications. That said, those who wish to stay up to date with future developments and participate in the collective building process might consider contacting the team.

What about beta launch?

Kusama's most recent blog post indicates that the team plans to release documents and upgrade the Wiki page. Moreover, it says that the launch of the beta version of Shibarium will take place as soon as possible.

The lead developer has warned users not to fall victim to scammers who try to cash in on the launch of the much-anticipated Layer 2 solution. He has stressed that all products will be for testing purposes only during the beta phase.

As the team works to improve the system and identify the best projects, Shibarium continues to welcome new contributors to join the growing community.


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