Ryoshi, the pseudonymous founder of Shiba Inu, the second-largest meme coin in the crypto market, has released a bullish message for the SHIB community. Ryoshi, who has been out of the limelight for a while, passed the message through Lucie, the marketing lead behind the Shiba Inu project.
This Is Just The Beginning
The message that was shared by Lucie carried the founder’s vision for the Shiba Inu project and its ecosystem at large. Shibarium, the Ethereum Layer 2 blockchain developed by the Shiba Inu team, was not left out of the statement as it features heavily in what Ryoshi described as the “End vision.”
Firstly, the founder’s message takes out time to praise the SHIB community which they explain has become an organic organism. The founder further expresses that the community is “greater than any one man, movement or even nation-state.” Given this, Ryoshi explains that it is imperative that all ideas are implemented properly to ensure a proper foundation for the ecosystem to grow into the future.
As for the vision for the project, the founder explains that it involves the ecosystem tokens all performing and carrying out the utilities that they were designed for. The tokens in question include Shiba Inu (SHIB), Bone (BONE), Leash (LEASH), Treat (TREAT), and the latest addition, which is the SHI token.
However, the main focus was on SHI, which the founder expects to “slowly but surely become the immutable globalized exchange of value.” The adoption that Ryoshi envisions goes beyond the big players adopting the coin, but rather a top-to-bottom approach that reaches even small traders around the world.
“Imagine a fish market vendor in Durbs accepting 330 SHI for his dorado(of course tx fees will be minimal/none when run on the #Shibarium
),” the founder stated. “I give you this end vision. now build towards it. Love always, Ryoshi,” he said in conclusion.
Shiba Inu Founder Remains Unknown
The identity of Ryoshi has remained unknown despite the Shiba Inu project being almost four years old. As the project, which was launched in 2020, gained traction over the years, Ryoshi continued to pull back from the public eye until the official X (formerly Twitter) account, which currently has over 206,000 followers, was wiped clean back in May 2022.
This move was preceded by two farewell posts that were made by the founder on Medium, where they explained that they were not important and would be gone without notice. In addition, the founder urged the community to continue the Shiba Inu journey.
Ryoshi’s X (formerly Twitter) account has remained inactive without any posts for almost two years. However, other members of the Shiba Inu team continue to be very involved and active on social media, including Lead Developer Shytoshi Kusama and Marketing Lead Lucie.
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