On Monday, Shiba Inu’s volunteer project leader “Shytoshi Kusama” said that he will deliver “good news” for the Shib Army this week. Shytoshi, who also said that he will switch to focus mode for a while, broke his silence on November 23 and took the fake accounts that started to multiply on Twitter and Telegram on his agenda. The Shiba Inu team also issued a statement recently, referring to the rogues who steal people’s funds and are perpetuated on social media platforms. Now all eyes are on the big news from Shiba developers warning against scam news.
Shiba Inu and Dogecoin co-founders Shout out to Jack Dorsey
Shiba’s project leader Shytoshi Kusama’s agenda includes fake news and accounts that can no longer be tolerated. Cryptocoin. com, SHIB team warned the community on Monday about fake Telegram groups and warned their followers on Twitter that they are not offering any promotions including airdrops, bonuses, giveaways or gifts.
Meanwhile, DOGE’s co-creator Billy Markus made a complaint to the social media giant Twitter. Markus’ complaints were also about “Shiba Inu” organizers, who flooded Twitter comments with links to alleged Shiba Inu airdrops. The Dogecoin developer addressed Jack Dorsey directly in his tweets dated November 19 and shared the screenshots below.
Why is this week important to SHIB?
While it is yet to be confirmed by the Shiba Inu team, it is thought to pave the way for some officially announced launches in the future due to the pursuit of scam news. Also, Shiba Inu’s project leader Shytoshi Kusama is thought to be working on Kuma Inu’s (KUMA) decentralized exchange (DEX). Other claims include that ShibaSwap rewards will be increased and 300 trillion SHIBs will be burned.