Shiba Inu Lead Speaks on Twitter After 26 Days with Mysterious Post 

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On Friday, Kusama reacted to a post from Shiba Inu Metaverse Advisor Marcie Jastrow on X by posting a bulging eyes emoji.

After nearly 26 days of near silence in the Shiba Inu X community, Kusama broke the silence with a tweet, and his use of a bulging eyes emoticon caught the attention of the Shiba Inu community.

Kusama’s last tweet on September 3 highlighted the Wrapped Bone (WBONE)  token. Throughout the 26 days, the Shiba Inu lead remained in the shadows, only retweeting posts from other team members.

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Kusama Shows Interest in NFT Supported by Paris Hilton

Jastrow posted about a non-fungible token (NFT) release tied to Paris Hilton that caught Kusama’s attention, leading to their reaction. Jastrow congratulated X account RSTLSS in the tweet.

Furthermore, Jastrow praised RSTLSS and team members Charli Cohen and Ben Thompson for their recent release. She mentioned, “They even did a SHIB for us.”

Paris Hilton provided more updates on her X account. In a Thursday post, she announced that the NFT minting for “MareBears” was now live, marking it “MareBears Day.”

Paris Hilton, Ben Thompson, and Charli Cohen worked together on this recent NFT launch. Hilton announced that the collection includes interactive virtual pets; each pet is up for grabs for 0.077 ETH ($129).

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Additionally, there are only 15,000 digital pets available. While the regular price is $129, RSTLSS holders get a discount, paying 0.069 ETH, which equals $112. Moreover, potential buyers could use credit or debit cards for their purchases.

Excitedly, Hilton expressed her eagerness to see who would get MareBears with her unique features, such as holographic wings and bedazzled DJ headphones.

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