Disputed Identity of Ryoshi: Developer Asks Bitboy to Stop Fudding Shib Inu

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The lead developer for the Shiba Inu ecosystem, Shytoshi Kusama, who chooses to remain anonymous, has requested that prominent cryptocurrency YouTuber Ben Armstrong, also known as Bitboy, refrain from spreading fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) within the Shiba Inu community in a polite manner.

In the third part of a thread that has mostly been deleted, the developer took a page from Bitboy’s book by making a comment about the YouTuber having “real beef to deal with,” which was a dig at Bitboy who is facing allegations in a $1 billion class-action lawsuit accusing him of being a paid promoter for FTX. Bitboy has denied the allegations and has launched a social media campaign against the opposing lawyers for allegedly not doing their due diligence. He has also indicated that he may file a countersuit for defamation.

This is not the first time that users have accused the YouTuber of accepting payments to promote projects that could potentially be fraudulent.

“I sat in your live stream and you said nothing about Shib of substance, ignored me, and blew us off,” Kusama wrote. “Therefore I will disengage as you are a waste of time. Finally, I wouldn’t call it beef. You now have real beef to deal with. Just consider it a kind request to stop fudding.”


Yesterday, Kusama and Bitboy had a back-and-forth exchange after Bitboy promised to reveal the identity of Ryoshi, the anonymous creator of SHIB.

In a 20-minute video released earlier today, Bitboy shared that a community organizer, who goes by the name “fund” in this article at their request, is one of the creators of Unification and could possibly be the anonymous creator of SHIB, Ryoshi. However, the evidence supporting this claim is vague and, at best, circumstantial.

After the video was released, community organizer “fund” took to Twitter to deny the claims made by Bitboy, describing the information as “anecdotal.” The founder of FUND also refuted claims of having a close working relationship with Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced founder of FTX, with whom they had been a part of the Karma DAO.

It’s worth noting that the community organizer “fund,” like Ryoshi, has deleted their social media activity, citing a dislike for a “heated lifestyle.”

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