Shiba Inu Lead Developer Claims That Team Does Not Have Control Over Shib Supply To Burn It

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Shytoshi Kasuma, Shiba Inu’s lead developer, has been sending cryptic tweets indicating the development of a new project. The subject of his tweets, which remains a mystery, is thought to be Shibarium – Shiba Inu’s upcoming layer-2 solution, as most supporters have guessed.

The Shibarium scaling solution has been delayed for some time. Unfortunately, this delay is not good news for the Shiba community, as most supporters expect more burns with the solution. In addition, some of them have recently expressed their displeasure with Shytoshi Kasuma.

“You look like the politicians of Brazil! that only promises and nothing ever comes out on paper and when it comes out it’s just to get into their own pocket,” one member of the SHIBArmy told Kasuma in a tweet on Tuesday.

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Kasuma, he claims, is deceiving Shiba Inu investors with empty words. The person calling himself “Shiba Inu Soldier” also asked Kasuma to change his mind about him.

Another Shiba supporter urged Kasuma to “burn the remaining supply for the good of all.” Furthermore, he requested the developer stop teasing the community with talk of an extreme burn mechanism and get to work.

In response to these tweets, Kasuma noted that they would need to buy the supply to burn it. “You still don’t get it huh? To burn the supply we have to BUY the supply. We don’t control the supply so STOP YELLING AT ME AND LET ME WORK,” he said.–vWFI2hVe_0Ouw

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He also stated that the team is working on initiatives to facilitate token burn. He mentions, among other things, the much-anticipated Shibarium, the Shiba Metaverse, and the Shiba Games.

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