Shiba Inu lead developer Shytoshi Kusama has taken to Twitter to share content that may be of interest to the SHIB community. “Heads down to work. Update coming soon, I think you’ll like it,” he tweeted.
Work with your head down. An update is coming soon, I think you will like it. #ShibaEternity #Shibarium #SHIBARMY
— Shytoshi Kusama™ (@ShytoshiKusama) October 29, 2022
The developers seem to have hinted at what the update might be by using Shiba Eternity and Shibarium as Twitter hashtags.
On October 6, SHIB’s collectible card game, Shiba Eternity, went live globally on Android and iOS devices. On its first day of release, Shiba Eternity, developed in partnership with PlaySide Studios, was a top 20 game on the Apple App Store.
According to the Shiba Inu team, Shiba Eternity will allow players to choose from 10,000 Shiboshi heroes and 500 collectible cards and is expected to be the most complex collectible card game released to date.
The community was excited when the game was released, but now many are eagerly awaiting the debut of Shibarium, Shiba Inu’s layer 2 solution. Without giving a specific date, Kusama said Shibarium would be available “soon.”
SHIB long-term holders jump to 43%
Shiba Inu (SHIB) surged from a low of $0.00001154 on Oct. 29 to an intraday high of $0.00001519 as attention turned to the meme cryptocurrency. Since the past day, block transactions on the network have increased by 195%.
By press time, SHIB had erased some of its huge gains, and shares were up 4.71% at $0.0000126.
According to IntoTheBlock, SHIB now has the highest percentage of long-term holders, setting a new milestone for the metric. The share of long-term holders or “holders” has jumped to 43%, its highest level to date, while the share of medium-term speculators continues to fall. At the same time, the proportion of short-term holders remained relatively stable.