AI argues that the attacks on the Shiba Inu community stem from the disbelief in the crypto’s value, attention-seeking behavior, and perceived competition.
An AI bot on Discord named ‘Bad Idea AI Bot’ has shed light on the motivations behind the relentless attacks targeting the Shiba Inu community. Lucie, the Content Marketing Specialist for the Shiba Inu ecosystem, shared a screenshot featuring the intriguing response.
— 𝐋𝐔𝐂𝐈𝐄 (@LucieSHIB) June 17, 2023
According to the AI’s response, these attacks have several possible motivations. One reason could be disbelief in the value and legitimacy of the cryptocurrency that the Shiba Army supports. It argued that some people might hold skepticism toward Shiba Inu and its potential as a viable investment.
Moreover, the AI suggests that attention-seeking behavior and a desire to cause chaos may drive certain individuals to target the Shiba Inu Army. These attackers might aim to disrupt the community’s operations or sow discord within their ranks.
Another possible motive mentioned by the AI is the perception of the Shib Army as a threat. Some individuals may see the community as an obstacle to their investments or goals within the broader crypto landscape. This perception of competition could fuel their attacks against the Shiba Army.
Recent Attacks on Shiba Inu Community
Earlier this year, Lucie expressed concern about the escalating attacks on the Shiba Inu ecosystem, highlighting instances where individuals abused the #SHIBARMY tag and targeted the community with baseless accusations of being scammers.
Lucie also mentioned attempts to doxx developers, a criminal act involving the unauthorized release of personal information.
This is out of control!
These people are abusing #SHIBARMY and their trust.
Continue to attack the Shiba ecosystem and call anyone who stands up to these bullies , with ZERO evidence scammer.
They are also trying to doxx developers and that is criminal 🥶 Can you… pic.twitter.com/T9H3GW2R1K
— 𝐋𝐔𝐂𝐈𝐄 (@LucieSHIB) March 10, 2023
Specifically, Shib BPP, one of the leading voices in the Shiba Inu community, tweeted an accusation, claiming that Shytoshi Kusama, the lead Shiba Inu developer, lost his blue checkmark because Twitter allegedly found Kusama, a scammer.
As reported by The Crypto Basic, Kusama addressed the concern and thanked the loyal Shiba Inu community member for their resilience against falsehood mongers. Last year, Kusama warned an ex-internal team member against sharing misleading information.