“I am not important, and one day I will be gone without notice. Take the SHIBA and journey upwards frens,” Riyoshi’s Medium post published on May 30 reads.
The screenshots of this post have found their way on social media, with people warning members of the crypto community, that this could all be a fake scam.
For every #shibainu holder (not me), mind you that those medium articles are being written by a freshly and most likely fake account of Ryoshi. Don’t believe what they saiyng about him, nobody know shit. #Ryoshisvision #Ryoshi #SHIBARMY
Just fyj, I’m shorting this crap coin btw pic.twitter.com/aIF9ttcibt
— Disrupt.∆L:pinched_fingers::skin-tone-3::fencer: (@alandizagio) May 30, 2022
I will only warn once.
Ryoshi has deleted it’s medium account. The current acc you see is a fake. Ryoshi telegram has been reclaim by a fren, no longer active. Ryoshi left his @RyoshiResearch acc with all tweets removed and vanish.
Plebs becareful, any claims are lies. Be safe. pic.twitter.com/Z3DWneIQqK
— Ryu (@therealryuji) May 31, 2022
Despite Riyoshi’s assumed exit from the crypto sphere, the working of the Shiba Inu will remain unaffected.
This was confirmed by Shytoshi Kusama, a lead developer of Shiba Inu who also claimed that even he is unaware of Riyoshi’s real identity.
“Ryoshi was, and is, one of the most successful anonymous founders of any project, ever. Though I don’t know his identity, his legacy lives on in the Shib token, Shib Ecosystem and all the projects we foresee to decentralise the world,” Kusama noted.
Despite all the noise around the future of SHIB at this point, the cryptocurrency is currently trading at $0.000012 (roughly Rs. 0.000958) as per Gadgets 360’s crypto price tracker.
On CoinMarketCap, SHIB’s ranking is 16th, with a live market cap of $6.45 billion (roughly Rs. 50,140 crore). A total of over 549 trillion SHIB coins are currently in circulation with its maximum supply undecided.
Well, if Riyoshi has really moved on from the crypto world, the decision comes at a time when Shiba Inu is working on its own metaverse.
Earlier in March, the Shiba Inu developers announced that a total of 100,595 virtual land plots will be put up for sale on its metaverse, out of which some will be remain private.