The SHIB forces are working on the case. Some members of the Shiba Inu community closely tracked a series of “cryptic messages” sent by Shiba Inu creator Ryoko. They concluded that a mysterious developer was behind the new cryptocurrency project.
Ryoko, creator of the mysterious Shiba Inu (SHIB), is believed to have created a new cryptocurrency project called TSUKA.
The mysterious Shiba Inu founder disappeared completely from social media in May 2022. Ryoshi’s Twitter name and media blogs related to Shibu Inu have been removed and he remains anonymous.
SHIB forces are experiencing a resurgence
Nevertheless. Ryoshi seems to have reappeared. Some members of the Shiba Inu community have carefully tracked a series of “cryptic messages” that were believed to have been sent via the blockchain by Ryoshi. Many in the SHIB military say Ryoko’s Shiba Inu language is the same as the digital Tsukasa language on the first Medium blog. And the blog is the same image as Ryoshi’s Twitter handle.
A member of the SHIB community said the news hinted at his return to the Ryoshi crypto ecosystem.
Consistent with the Medium blog’s wording, there was an “on-chain message” that included words like “faith, faith, patience.”
— Paradox Designer (@ParadoxDesigner) July 23, 2022
Ryoshi in Silence
The cryptic message Tsuka’s creator sent to his followers is similar to the one he used on his social media before de-branding or removing it.
Before removing all posts on Medium (a platform used to post advertisements and updates about the project), Ryoshi said:
“I’m not important and one day I’ll be gone without notice. Get on SHIBA and go up Friends.”
Ryoshi’s creation, the Shiba Inu, has gained wide popularity and acceptance in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. In 2021 alone, it made astronomical profits and turned many investors into billionaires.
The same hopes may be held for the new currency.
SHIB is one of the top 10 cryptocurrency markets. Will this new cryptocurrency have the same impact?
Dejitaru Tsuka’s founder could be a Ryoko impersonator. One blog post says, “We don’t want anything, we want nothing, we want nothing. We are nobody.”
We will keep an eye on this room.