Shiba Inu lead Shytoshi Kusama posted a new blog update on ShibaSwap.
The new "Year of Learning" blog update is a preliminary blog post in preparation for the launch of the Shibarium beta.
The blog goes through the past year of Shiba Inu-related ventures including Shiba Eternity, Shiba Inu: The Metaverse and Shibarium.
Shiba Inu lead updates the SHIB community with an important blog post
Shytoshi Kusama’s recent blog post goes through a year’s worth of ups and downs in the Shiba Inu ecosystem, delving into Shiba Eternity, Shibarium and various Shiba Inu community achievements.
The blog comes at a time when the entire community is eagerly awaiting the release of the Shibarium beta, which may have been postponed slightly, despite a January update from the Shiba Inu team stating that the Beta would be launching very soon.
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Shytoshi Kusama began the blog by thanking Shiba Inu community members before reflecting on The Breeds and early Shiba Inu community structures.
Shibarium Blog: 2022 The Year of Learning:
The Breeds were a concept to help create a structure in an otherwise structureless, decentralized group of volunteers that wanted the best for both Shib and its community.
As this team met more and more outside defensive needs, closing deals with groups like Bugatti luggage group, I've learned to respect what they are capable of and I sincerely hope they will continue to move Shib, Bone, Leash, and Shiboshi's forward.
Reflecting on Shiba Eternity Shytoshi Kusama believed that Eternity’s gameplay could have been better. Despite being one of the most downloaded games on Apple and Android stores during its release, it seems that Shiba Eternity has not been profitable.
Unfortunately, in my opinion, the game structure I felt obligated to put in place due to internal and external feedback prevented the game from recouping its initial investment at the launch
I'd still like to thank William Volk, who has been working with app and revenue drivers that push installs, CPI, ARPDAU, ARPU, and other metrics that will allow us to keep scaling until we finally reach profitability and turn the tide of the iOS and Google Play versions of the game
Towards the end of the blog, the Shiba Inu lead thanked the team behind Shiba Inu: The Metaverse and explained how two developer teams have been working together to bring the metaverse project to life.
Shytoshi Kusama hinted that those who can’t wait to see what Shiba Inu: The Metaverse will look like and want a sneak peek should come to SXSW 2023 in March where the game will be on display.
Shytoshi Kusama ended the blog by saying that another update will arrive before the Shibarium beta launch. An intake form and more info on how Shibarium works including technical details will be discussed at length in upcoming blog posts.
Although some Shiba Inu holders are frustrated with the wait, regular updates from the Shiba Inu team appear to be holding riots at bay.