The team behind the popular cryptocurrency Shiba Inu (SHIB) has recently released an official announcement revealing new details about their highly anticipated project, SHIB: The Metaverse.
The announcement highlighted significant advancements in key areas such as creating new designs for upcoming hubs, modifying the metaverse roadmap, and structural changes within the team. The post also demonstrated the team’s commitment to developing and improving the project.
To keep users updated on the project’s progress, the SHIB team created a new Twitter account, which has already garnered over 5,600 followers. The team also announced a contest to give away 10 plots of land to lucky participants.
Based on the team’s progress, they expressed confidence that users may be able to access some hubs within the Metaverse by the end of 2023. However, the team clarified that access to all parts of the metaverse may not be granted by the end of 2023, as certain areas may still be undergoing development.
The team has not disclosed which specific hubs will be available by year’s end. SHIB: The Metaverse comprises 11 hubs, such as WAGMI Temple, Ryo Plaza, Tech Trench, Canyon, and Rocket Pond.
In addition to unlocking access to some hubs, the team also reported significant upgrades to the development infrastructure of SHIB: The Metaverse. This promises users a more immersive experience with photorealistic features. The team also provided updates on development of several tools set for the initial version of the Metaverse, including a plot builder, game maker, and avatar builder.
While the development of the metaverse takes time, the SHIB team is confident that by the end of 2023 users will have the opportunity to explore some of the areas in this fantastic world, build, design, play, and develop within it. The team has promised to provide users with several optimized hubs and tools to start building projects immediately.
In conclusion, the latest announcement from the SHIB team has provided insight into the progress of SHIB: The Metaverse. The team’s commitment to improving the project and keeping users updated on the development progress is a promising sign for the future of SHIB.