These hints have kept the Shiba Inu community on their toes as they eagerly anticipate the Shibarium beta launch.
Shiba Inu lead developer Shytoshi Kusama has once again dropped another hint, pointing to the possible completion of an ongoing project. The latest tease has triggered Shibarium speculations, particularly given that the layer-2 network remains the most eagerly-awaited ongoing project within the ecosystem.
In a tweet today, Kusama shared a Spotify link to “La Vedo Nera,” a 2019 song from Italian-based music duo Dueuno. According to Kusama, he has the song on repeat as he and the team “finish up.”
ON REPEAT WHILE WE FINISH UP: https://t.co/QyUVHfoYOa
— Shytoshi™ (@ShytoshiKusama) March 3, 2023
Expectedly, the tease has generated reactions from the Shiba Inu community, with some members surmising that the Shibarium beta launch could be imminent. However, others have been more reserved with their expectations, asserting that the lead developer could be referring to completing something else, such as a medium post or a blog article.
As of late, Kusama has frequently been dropping hints that allude to the upcoming launch of the Shibarium beta. Last Saturday, the Shiba Inu lead developer made a minor modification to his bio, changing it to a solitary full stop. This action led SHIB influencers to speculate that it could indicate a significant development, possibly related to the impending release of Shibarium beta.
The Shiba Inu community has been on edge as they anxiously anticipate the Shibarium beta launch. To allay apprehensions among proponents, Kusama noted that the launch would occur “shortly,” following the release of the blog publications aimed at introducing Shibarium to the world. He pointed out that this would happen before May.
Moreover, the lead developer had earlier confirmed that developers had completed work on the network. Some proponents believe an alpha testing phase is currently ongoing. Four days ago, Kusama released the intake form in the latest edition of the publication series dedicated to Shibarium.