Shytoshi Kusama, the creator of Shiba Inu, claims in an official Shib teaser poll that Shiba Inu has no ties to food chains, prompting concerns about Netflix partnership. Attention, reads the teaser. Is something on the stove? Will you be ready? The digital currency Twitter was tasked with figuring out the solution. Many people replied in their own colourful ways, expressing a range of emotions, while others remarked on their votes for SHIB and McDonald’s or Burger King partnerships.
During a Q&A session, Shytoshi refuted the McDonald’s, Burger King, and KFC coalition as a fiction. He went on to say that the teaser is enormous and has the ability to provide tremendous value to the Shiba workforce. While the teaser pool received a lot of attention on Twitter, Shytoshi replied. Furthermore, the Shiba community believes that SHIB and Netflix partnership is conceivable because of how Shytoshi tagged Netflix in 2021. Shytoshi claims to have a film script in the works, which he plans to produce soon. Netflix is looking like next year at best, he said of the streaming service. He didn’t go into any more depth regarding the development, though, and moved on to the next topic.
Shytoshi also tweeted that the team is pitching a collaboration to a multinational corporation and that they have a good chance of landing it. Is it possible that Netflix has been inspired by Shytoshi’s narrative and will soon release a film about a dog’s journey to the moon? And isn’t it possible that the upcoming film will be released next year? The new teaser has enthralled the SHIB army, and investors are making their own conclusions. However, we’ll have to wait and see if the news is confirmed.
Shiba Inu is trading at $0.00002099 at the time of writing, up +0.10% in the 24-hour day session. The meme-token has dropped -40.27% in the past 30 trading days and -20.5% in the last seven days. SHIB hit an all-time high of $0.00008616 in Oct 2021, but has since dropped -75.6% from that peak.
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