2022 – Ryoshi, founder of Shiba Inu, moves away and cleans Twitter of DailyCoin

Ryoshi, founder of Shiba Inu, Walks Away and Cleans Up Twitter

The Shib Army community has been hit with shocking news of Ryoshi deleting his Twitter (NYSE 🙂 account and disappearing from the crowd. Apparently, the pseudonymous memecoin founder not only deleted all his tweets and photos, but also his blog posts on Medium.

A mysterious transformation for one year

Aside from Ryoshi’s sudden shutdown on Twitter, another surprise that stunned the community was my farewell message on Medium. At this point, this is Ryoshi’s only impact on social media. However, Ryoshi’s decision to flee society may not have been spontaneous as it comes exactly one year after his last social media post.

Ryoshi has taken the bold step of deleting all of his tweets and replacing his profile picture with Jetsun Milaripa, a famous Tibetan monk and philosopher. However, some crypto enthusiasts believe this is a publicity stunt to generate buzz around its comeback.

Society’s reaction to Ryoshi’s resignation

Chitoshi Kusama, the lead developer of the Shiba Inu team, was grateful to the founder and emphasized the importance of Ryoshi’s impact on Shiba Inu’s growth over the years: “Shib is Shib and we will continue to grow that is who.” The great founders follow our path. Greetings and thanks Ryoshi!

Shiba Inu (SHIB) price is little affected by the news

The shocking news has not been reflected in the market price yet. At the time of publication, Shiba Inu (SHIB) is trading at $0.000001181, down 0.6% over the last hour and down 1.3% over the 24-hour period. Shiba Inu (SHIB) is slowly recovering losses after the crypto market crash caused by Terra a few weeks ago. Given the recent SHIB collective token burn and the addition of new team members, it will be interesting to see if Shiba Inu (SHIB) can jump in an upward trend.

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