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Shibarium Beta Release Sparks Allegations

by James Lee

Shiba Inu’s community faces accusations that Shibarium developers copied code from Rinia blockchain after technical details reveal identical Chain ID. Community members dispute the claims, but the scandal leaves the project in turmoil.

Shiba Inu’s Shibarium Accused of Code Copying in Potential Scandal

The Shiba Inu community is in turmoil after allegations that the developers of Shibarium may have copied code from the Rinia blockchain. The scandal began after technical details of Shibarium were released, revealing an identical Chain ID to Rinia’s blockchain. The allegations sparked a debate within the Shiba Inu community, and lead developer Kusama is yet to comment on the matter.

Accusations against Shibarium

The accusations against Shibarium first arose after high-ranking community member Steve, who is also part of SHIB’s Growth Team, raised the accusation in Shiba Inu’s official Discord channel. Steve pointed out that Shibarium’s beta testnet uses the same Chain ID (917) as Rinia, which was released in December 2022. According to Steve, this is unique and is used by wallet applications to determine which network to send transactions to. He claimed that Shibarium may have copied Rinia’s Chain ID, which would render the chain useless as transactions would interact with Rinia’s blockchain instead.

Community Reaction

The accusations against Shibarium have caused a great outcry within the SHIB community, with some members questioning the project’s legitimacy. Some community members, like Queenie, questioned why a billion-dollar project like Shiba Inu would need to use another project’s Chain ID. However, other prominent community members, like Kosener, disputed the claims, stating that chains can operate independently with the same Chain ID. While the debate continues within the community, the allegations against Shibarium have left the project in turmoil.

BitBoy Joins the Discussion

Remarkably, the well-known crypto-YouTuber Ben Armstrong, aka BitBoy, has joined the discussion and threatened to reveal the real name of Shytoshi Kusama as a result of the alleged revelation. BitBoy claims to have evidence that FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried was involved in the early stages of Shiba Inu.

In conclusion, the allegations against Shibarium have put Shiba Inu’s project under scrutiny. While community members are still debating the validity of the claims, the scandal could potentially harm the project’s reputation. Shibarium’s developers need to address the accusations and provide plausible explanations for having the same Chain ID as Rinia’s blockchain.

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