Shytoshi Kusama Explains How to Avoid Shiba Inu - Shibarium Scams

Shytoshi Kusama has commented on a post about a Shibarium-related scam that was shared on Twitter.

Scammers are using his name to promote fraudulent offers targeted at the Shiba Inu army, such as "Shibarium OG NFTs."

Kusama advised users to do their own research (DYOR) to avoid falling for these scams.

Kusama provided a tip on how to tell his real Twitter account from fake ones: the real account has a blue verification check.

The scam account had an extra letter "s" in the name - Shytoshi K-s-usama - and a much smaller amount of subscribers (13,700).

Kusama's real Twitter account has over 901,700 followers.

The latest Medium article by Kusama revealed that the long-awaited Layer 2 blockchain Shibarium beta will be released for public testing this week.

Shibarium promises fast and seamless transfers of crypto, low transaction fees, and better security.

Developers will be able to build their projects on Shibarium, including smart contracts, DeFi, and NFTs.