Lead SHIB Developer Updates Shiba Inu Community on the Deal that Would “Break the Internet”

Shytoshi Kusama, the pseudonymous primary developer of Shiba Inu (SHIB), a popular dog-themed cryptocurrency, recently updated the community on a deal he expects to destroy the internet when it's revealed.

Kusama stated that the project had a 98 percent lock and would "break the internet" in an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Twitter earlier this year, but has been silent since then.

While the developer would not disclose the terms of the arrangement, they stated on Discord that they always want "the best to only use and pay with SHIB but adopt SHIB as their own."

Kusama told IBTimes that they intend to "to use SHIB technologies and shift towards any align with our ethos."

In addition, a supposed Shiba Inu community member recently questioned Kusama about the planned internet-breaking agreement. "You’re watching it being built in slow motion … most people just haven’t realized it yet," the main developer responded. 

The expected development is in line with Shiba Inu's roadmap, according to IBTimes. In order to come out with a polished product, the project's team has taken a cautious approach without rushing deadlines.

Aside from the projected internet-breaking agreement, the Shiba Inu (SHIB) development team is working on a number of projects to help the fast-growing ecosystem progress.

Building numerous things at once without a large VC investment or corporate overlord, according to Kusama, takes time.