Shiba Inu was Mentioned in the Forbes tech article.
Charlie Fink’s piece on the fast-growing canine-themed project highlighted the debut of the WAGMI Temple hub at SXSW.
Shiba Inu recently found a place in a tech article from the American business magazine Forbes. The prominent canine-themed project received a shout-out for its debut of the Metaverse’s WAGMI Temple Hub at this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas.
The article, which was written by Metaverse Consultant and AR author Charlie Flink, chronicled the tech columnist’s experience at the SXSW festival as well as the FOMO that comes with being present and absent. According to him, it is practically impossible to get an experience of all the events at the festival, and as such, visitors should rely on serendipity and accept that FOMO will always pop up regardless.
Flink called attention to some of the events at this year’s festival, one of which was the debut of the Shiba Inu Metaverse project. He noted that the Metaverse is the most highly-awaited project on the upcoming Shibarium layer-2 network, referencing its significance and allure.
Furthermore, the Forbes article highlighted that the team behind the Metaverse debuted the WAGMI (We’re All Going to Make It) Temple hub at the SXSW festival – a development which was previously reported by The Crypto Basic. The debut allowed visitors to preview what the Metaverse environment would look like, especially running on the powerful Unreal Engine 5 (UE5) creation tool.
The Forbes shout-out is a testament to Shiba Inu’s growing renown as it makes its way towards global adoption. Marcie Jastrow, Shiba Inu’s Metaverse Advisor, drew public attention to the piece. In addition, Shytoshi Kusama, Shiba Inu’s lead developer, also highlighted the development.
👀👀👀👀!!!! #ShibTheMetaverse #sxsw2023 https://t.co/T8iQxMaJ7c https://t.co/1RWjyG0vP5
— Shytoshi Kusama™ (@ShytoshiKusama) March 20, 2023
The recent shout-out is the latest in a series of Forbes articles on Shiba Inu in recent times. Another article from Flink last year brought the public’s attention to the Shiba Inu Metaverse, noting that its development will be spearheaded by Marcie Jastrow and Sherri Cuono, futurist and Technology Advisor for Shiba Inu.
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