Shytoshi Kusama, a lead developer at Shiba Inu, says the Shibarium scale solution could soon enter a beta testing phase
Shytoshi Kusama, the pseudonymous developer behind Shiba Inu, has posted on a Telegram channel that Shibarium, a Layer 2 solution for cryptocurrency, will soon enter its beta testing phase.
In general, the Shiba Inu community seems to be excited about the seemingly imminent release of Shibarium, but there was some disappointment following a highly touted “special countdown.”
As reported by U.Today, the Shiba Inu team recently announced a “special countdown,” which turned out to be an update to the site rather than an announcement of something major like Shibarium or any other new release .
It remains to be seen when exactly Shibarium’s beta testing phase will begin and if it will live up to the hype surrounding it now.
A layer 2 solution on blockchain is a way to increase the scalability of a blockchain network by shifting some of the processing load and related data storage away from the main chain, allowing transactions to happen more quickly . Shibarium, which was initially announced in May 2021, is expected to finally become operational in early 2023.
The Shiba Inu community has been abuzz with Shibarium related rumors for quite some time. Kusama recently added fuel to the fire with a mysterious Twitter status update that had many SHIB fans speculating about a possible announcement.
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