During a recent Twitter Spaces event, Lucie, a representative of the Shiba ecosystem, shared novel insights about the Shib metaverse.
On May 15, Marcie Jastrow, a Shiba Inu metaverse advisor, was online to respond to a few users’ queries about the Shiba Inu metaverse.
Users are curious about which hubs will be made public. Since four hubs—Wagmi Temple, Rocket Pond, Ryoshi, and Tech Trench—are anticipated to be revealed by September, Lucie provided Marcie Jastrow’s response to this query.
The answer to the question of how the metaverse would be made available was that it would be through PC, mobile, and VR.
Recall that in a recent update, the MV team expressed confidence that by the end of 2023, users would be able to explore specific areas of the virtual world and create, build, play, and develop there.
Shibarium surpasses the 15,000,000 addresses mark.
The number of wallet addresses on Shibarium beta’s “Puppynet” is rising. PuppyScan reports that there are currently 15,678,885 wallet addresses.
Since its debut on March 11, the Shibarium testnet has completed 8,322,069 transactions. Additionally, there are 843,976 total blocks, with an average block time of five seconds.
Shiba Inu has risen to the top of the list of the ten trending searches, according to information shared on Twitter by social analytics company LunarCrush.
The frog-themed token Pepe (PEPE) and Bitcoin (BTC), which were ranked second and sixth, are surpassed by Shiba Inu.
The price of the SHIB token at the time of writing was $0.0000088.