In today’s update, the Shiba Inu development team announced that Shibarium is now live and running at optimal performance.
This update comes on the heels of the Layer 2 scaling solution entrance Developer mode only after encountering hiccups on its first appearance.
In the latest notice, Shiba Inu’s lead developer, Chitoshi Kusama, explained the Shibarium’s case.
— Shitoshi Kusama™ (@ShytoshiKusama) August 28, 2023
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Cheparium is suitable for use at peak time
In the blog postKusama noted that shiparium is now suitable for mainstream use. Accordingly, the development team reopens all previously locked channels. He also noted that the team has successfully established the safety and security of funds.
As an incentive to the community, the developer cited a quote from Ryoshi, the anonymous founder of Shiba Inu. Ryoshi noted:
“Those who build in the bear market, will win in the bull market.”
Meanwhile, Kusama revealed that Shibarium has accumulated more than 65,000 wallets with more than 350,000 transactions. It was stated that these figures were before the announcement of the launch of Cheparium.
Furthermore, Kusama highlighted that the Shiba Inu team saw the community interact with Shibarium in many interesting ways. However, according to him, people sometimes deploy thousands of controversial tokens using Shibarium and other platforms.
However, among the myriad of icons, the Shiba Inu team hopes to see which one will rise to prominence. In the words of Kusama:
“We’ve seen a variety of fun, unusual, and sometimes offensive tokens littered on Shibarium along with a variety of platforms. Out of these thousands of tokens, we’ll see which one comes out on top.”
Shiba Inu Bridge withdrawal
Regarding the withdrawal time from the Chiba Inu Bridge, the developer confirmed that it is working as intended.
He noted that withdrawing Leash, WEth and SHIB takes anywhere from 45 minutes to three hours. However, bone removal takes up to seven days.
Kusama appreciates Team Polygon
The lead developer of Shiba Inu gave special recognition to the Polygon (MATIC) development team. He specifically cited Sandeep Nilewal, co-founder of Polygon. He recounted the pivotal role played by Nailwal in helping as Cheparium faced unexpected obstacles.
Read the statement in parts:
“I contacted Sandeep from Polygon directly and without a second thought, he helped provide additional resources to ensure an optimal outcome for the situation.”
Furthermore, he appreciated the other dignitaries from the Unification Team as well as the Shiparium Team.