Former Netflix production manager and entertainment veteran, Brandie Konopasek will join Shiba Inu's metaverse journey.
With the Shiba Inu roadmap expanding its services alongside launching the Shibarium and Shiba Inu metaverse, Shiba Inu's core team has now onboarded a new member to streamline its metaverse ambitions.
Shiba Inu's planned metaverse project and accompanying activities will be overseen by Konopasek.
Shiba Inu team welcomes Brandie Konopasek
According to the most recent ShibaSwap blog update, the team has now onboarded Brandie Konopasek.
Konopasek possesses over 15 years' worth of experience in the entertainment industry. In Konopasek's words on joining the Shiba Inu team:
It has been a thrilling experience getting to know the ShibArmy and coming on board to help guide such a huge undertaking with them.
This decentralised community has come to the table with a breathtaking vision and I can't wait to see it released to the world.
The goal of Konopasek's entry into the Shiba Inu ecosystem is to aid the team's efforts in creating an extensive and immersive Shiba Inu metaverse.
The Shiba Inu team had already previously hired Marcie Jastrow, a technicolour executive, to aid with the creation of Shiba Inu's metaverse in cooperation with a number of brand alliances.
The Shiba Inu metaverse, which has carved out its own distinct identity and components, will compete with existing metaverse brands such as The Sandbox and Decentraland.
The WAGMI Temple is a recent addition to the Shiba Inu metaverse. Shiba Inu metaverse users will be able to step into an immersive structure inspired by temples from around the world.
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