Polygon Founder Sandeep Nailwal Vows Strong Support for the Shiba Inu Ecosystem as SHIB Development Team Lauds Polygon Role in the Shibarium Relaunch.
Sandeep Nailwal, the founder of Polyygon (MATIC), has reaffirmed his commitment to supporting the Shiba Inu Ecosystem. This commitment became apparent as the Shiba Inu development team acknowledged the pivotal role played by Polygon in the revival of Shibarium.
The Shiba Inu team has recently announced the public relaunch of Shibarium Mainnet. On this occasion, Shytoshi Kusama, the lead developer of Shiba Inu, and his team conveyed their appreciation to Polygon Labs, particularly the founders of Polygon – Sandeep Nailwal and Jaynti Kanani – and the core protocol team member Krishna Upadhyaya for helping to overcome issues Shibarium faced after launch.
Sandeep Nailwal, in light of this acknowledgment, shared a tweet expressing his ongoing dedication to supporting the Shiba Inu Ecosystem.
The tweet reads: “Always there to serve: Polygon. All the best guys!”
Always there to serve : @0xPolygon
All the best guys!https://t.co/2fq8NVbBDy
— Sandeep Nailwal | sandeep. polygon 💜 (@sandeepnailwal) August 29, 2023
Recall that Shibarium encountered technical hurdles shortly after its debut on the mainnet due to an unexpected surge in user activity.
In a recent blog post, Kusama revealed that he reached out to Sandeep Nailwal in this regard, and the co-founder of Polygon promptly extended his support without any delays or hesitation to resolve the situation.
It is worth noting that Shibarium is a fork of Polygon, with Kusama affirming that the team made the right decision in this aspect. He underscored that the Polygon team provided valuable support in scaling Shibarium.
Kusama further extended his appreciation to other developers within Shiba Inu, like Unification for their contributions, leading to the successful relaunch of Shibarium.