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Shiberse is coming! Shiba Inu announces entry into the metaverse

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Since Meta Corporation (formerly Facebook) announced its metaverse, many mega-corporations have bet on it and taken their place in this digital segment. Shiba Inu, a popular meme coin, has joined an ever-growing number of projects, also announcing its plan to create a Shiberse metaverse in 2022.

Shiberse: Shiba Inu’s metaverse

As we can see, in the Shiberse announcement, a Shiba Inu dog is pictured in the middle of a forest with a hammer in his teeth. Although Shiberse is still in development, it has been praised for the outstanding graphic quality, at least according to the picture. The graphics look like 4K, and everything from close-up leaves to trees in the background shows that it’s very sophisticated. The expression on the dog SHIB looks like he is ready to listen to his owner and perform some tasks.

According to the developers, Shiberse should have one of the best state-of-the-art metaverse graphics, which should be an unforgettable experience.

Despite the fact that there is very little specific information, the developers have identified many interesting ideas and sparked a discussion about the new product.

Shiberse will be the first product from the expanding Shiba Inu ecosystem. At the same time, the project developers planned to enter the GameFi and NFT sectors. Promising new developments could have played a crucial role in SHIB’s strong price performance in 2022.

SHIB continues to be at the forefront of providing real use cases and tools to its users. The team is keeping its promises and is definitely one step ahead of Dogecoin, the biggest dog coin competitor.

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All content in this article is for informational purposes only and in no way serves as investment advice. Investing in cryptocurrencies, commodities and stocks is very risky and can lead to capital losses.

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