Voxel X Network pledges support for Shiba Inu’s upcoming L2 network.
The team behind Voxel X Network (VXL) has declared support for the vision of Shiba Inu’s lead developer, Shytoshi Kusama, to create a decentralized Shibarium network that welcomes all crypto projects.
“… Voxel X Network is fully supporting shytoshkusama’s vision for a decentralized Shibarium,” it tweeted today.
Following the announcement, Voxel X Network developing tech platforms optimized for GameFi and Metaverse, said it would actively promote Shibarium to its 75+ listed partners when the L2 blockchain finally goes live. Interestingly, the statement prompted a reaction from Shiba Inu’s lead developer, who showed his enthusiasm in a tweet.
— Shytoshi™ (@ShytoshiKusama) February 28, 2023
Shiba Inu Prepares for Shibarium Launch
The development comes days after Kusama announced the launch of Join Shibarium, a portal dedicated to bolstering the widespread adoption of the L2 blockchain. Notably, the portal will be a hub for developers and content creators seeking to join the Shiba Inu ecosystem. As reported earlier, Kusama introduced an intake system to support individuals committed to working with Shiba Inu, thus drawing Shibarium to its imminent launch.
Growing Support for Shibarium
Meanwhile, Voxel X Network’s announcement suggests growing support for Shiba Inu’s L2 network. The upcoming L2 network has received numerous support from members of the Shiba Inu community and other crypto projects before its launch.
As reported by TheCryptoBasic, the team behind the PawZone ecosystem said its upcoming official token, PAW, will launch on Shibarium.
Last month, Kusama listed Voxel X Network, Falcon 9 (F9), Metabet (MBET), and UFO as potential users of Shibarium.
As reported CoinRabbit, a major crypto lending platform, decided to support Shibarium. NOWNodes announced it would back the Shibarium blockchain.
Recently, Shytoshi Kusama announced the launch of a new website, a Twitter handle, and a new logo for Shibarium.