Shiba Inu developer says WEF will influence metaverse policy
One of the volunteers who is helping out with the Shiba Inu project is both the project manager and the principal developer for the project. His name is Shytoshi Kusama. This person has stated on social media that the World Economic Forum (WEF) is interested in partnering with the meme-based cryptocurrency on subjects relevant to global policy, and they have expressed their desire in doing so. Additionally, this person has stated that the World Economic Forum (WEF) has expressed their desire to do so. This individual has also mentioned that the World Economic Forum (WEF) has voiced their intention to do so, which is an additional point of interest.
Kusama said in a vote that took place on November 22 that the World Economic Forum (WEF) had "kindly invited" the Shiba Inu initiative to participate on "MV global policy." Twitter was used to spread the word about the vote.
At the time that choice was made, it seemed as if the individual who was responsible for creating Shiba Inus was alluding to a regulation that is applicable in the metaverse.
Although there have been times when cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology have been discussed at WEF events, it would appear that a partnership with a meme token that is substantially used is a first for the organization. This is because the WEF has not previously been involved with such a partnership. Meme tokens are digital assets that are used to represent memes. Memes may be represented by meme tokens.
At the time of publication, more than sixty-five percent of the approximately nine thousand people who participated in Kusama's survey had cast their vote in favor of Shiba Inus collaborating with the WEF. On the other hand, approximately ten percent of those polled stated that it didn't make a difference either way. This is where Kusama's survey may be located.
On Twitter, Yayoi Kusama is followed by more than 861,000 people at the present time.
The price of SHIB has dropped by about 80 percent during the course of the previous year, as shown by data that was made public by Cointelegraph Markets Pro. This information was made accessible by Cointelegraph Markets Pro. At the time that this article was published, the price of one SHIB token was $0.0000088, which is a significant reduction from its prior value.
Prior to the publication of this article, Blockchain.News made many attempts to get in contact with the WEF; but, the organization did not respond to any of our inquiries. Blockchain.News is publishing this article nevertheless.