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Shiba Inu’s Shytoshi Hints At The Shibarium’s Survival Capacities. Check It Out

The head of the developer at the Shiba Inu, Shytoshi Kusama, has hinted at the Shibarium’s survival capacities as the project launch edges close.

Lead developer, Shytoshi tweeted that Shibarium would survive and thrive during the harshest winters. 

Kusama made this known yesterday in reaction to a tweet from @shibarium_, which reads: “The tree of life may have a thousand leaves, but all these leaves are the same tree.”

Reacting to the tweet, Kusama said a tree could have only a few leaves during Fall, adding that the situation usually changes during Spring.

Furthermore, he noted; “During fall, the tree may have only a few leaves, but then spring appears,” 

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Shytoshi Highlights Some Shibarium’s Survival

Interestingly, Kusama described Shibarium as a “Pine Tree” that survives and thrives in any weather condition, especially during the “harshest winters.”

“Luckily, Shibarium, in this context, is a Pine Tree. Still, it needs water, sunlight, and proper soil. But pines survive and thrive during the harshest winters,” Kusama noted.

It is worth noting that at the moment, the Shiba Inu hasn’t launched the Shibarium Beta yet. Still, the lead developer, Kusama Shytoshi is confident that the project will meet the expectations of the community and other crypto enthusiasts.

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He recently tweeted, confirming his stance on the Shibarium, saying that Shibarium will not suffer the same problems, including network congestion, that plagued other Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchains like Solana.

The Shiba Inu development team is committed to launching an efficient and scalable Layer-2 network that revolutionizes the SHIB ecosystem and the entire crypto space.

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