The anonymous creator (or creators) of the Shiba Inu (SHIB) memecoin, known as Ryoshi Research, has “disappeared” from the networks. All of his posts on the social network Twitter and on the Medium blog were deleted.
The Twitter account remains active, with nearly 200,000 followers. But now there are no more tweets.
Ryoshi published his last tweet on May 29, 2021, as revealed by data from the Wayback Machine platform.
Now, about a year after the last post, the founder has come back only to delete all of his posts and change his profile picture. The new profile picture features the Buddhist Jetsun Milarepa, a famous Tibetan poet.
Ryoshi also deleted his Twitter “bio” which previously read, “Founder of SHIB and LEASH. We do it for the people.”
Meanwhile, the page on Ryoshi’s Medium displays the error message: “404. Out of nothing, something.”
Shiba Inu Creator “disappears” from networks
Ryoshi’s sudden “disappearance” confused the Shiba Inu (SHIB) supporter community. After all, initially, there was no information about his whereabouts.
The community even considered the possibility that Ryoshi had abandoned the project. But there was no confirmation from the Shiba Inu team. The community also speculated whether Ryoshi’s accounts were hacked or hacked and all activity deleted.
But, a few hours after all the contents disappeared, the “mystery” was solved in parts. This Monday (30), Ryoshi launched a new blog on Medium.
A single cryptic message appears on the blog, suggesting that Shiba Inu is more important than him:
“I’m not important, and one day I’ll leave without warning. Grab SHIBA and travel up, friends.”
Meanwhile, the description of the new blog reads:
“Every Shibarmy is Ryoshi. It does not represent anyone but the glory of Shibarmy!”
It is unclear whether he has abandoned the project or if he intends to do so soon. The community also believes in the possibility of Ryoshi releasing something new in the coming days.