Shiba Inu (SHIB) Price Remains Stable As Creator Ryoshi Removes All Social Media Presence
In an intriguing twist, Ryoshi, the unknown creator(s) of Shiba Inu, has borrowed a page from Satoshi Nakamoto’s book. They left the group after deleting all of their tweets and personal blog postings on Monday.
Ryoshi’s blogs and tweets have been removed
Ryoshi, the inventor of SHIB, has deleted all of his tweets and changed his Twitter profile picture to a moon image. They have also erased medium postings, implying that Ryoshi currently has no social media presence.
Ryoshi’s identity, like that of the pseudonymous bitcoin developer Satoshi Nakamoto, has remained unknown since the project went online in August 2020. Ryoshi, like Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus, the founders of major rival meme coin Dogecoin, has not been directly involved with the project.
The SHIB founder has hinted on several occasions that they will eventually say goodbye to the community. Ryoshi minimized their significance in a now-deleted Medium post, saying:
“I have said from the beginning, I am a nobody, I am not important. The efforts to unmask my ‘identity’ even if successful would be underwhelming. I am just some guy of no consequence tapping at a keyboard and I am replaceable. I am Ryoshi.”
Many SHIBArmy members were perplexed by Ryoshi’s abrupt departure, while others anticipate he will return to the group with exciting news.
While Ryoshi’s blog now says “user disabled or deleted their account,” another account with the same name and display picture has written messages to the community amid the confusion. Some of the texts imply that Ryoshi might vanish without a trace and that “every Shibarmy is Ryoshi.” “Take the SHIBA and journey upwards frens,” the postings continued.
Shiba Inu Will Keep Going
Though it’s unclear what’s going on, SHIB main developer Shytoshi Kusama wrote an article to address the FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) that the community may be experiencing.
Shiba Inu will continue to flourish in the future, according to Kusama, and will “actualize Ryoshi’s vision and strategy for this vast experiment.”
“When the student is ready, the master appears,” the developer said. When the learner has learned everything there is to learn, the master vanishes.” In other words, the wonderful creator has now delegated responsibility to the SHIBArmy.
Ryoshi’s departure has had no effect on the price of SHIB. As of publishing time, the “Dogecoin killer” was trading near R,0,00018 with little change for the day. Overall, the dog token is still 86.3 % lower than its all-time high of R 0,0013 in October 2021.