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Shiba Inu Lead Shytoshi Kusama Has "Lovely" Present for Community – U.Today

In a recent tweet, Shiba Inu lead Shytoshi Kusama teased a new use case for Shiboshi in partnership with the Kanpai agency and tech project Bad Idea AI.
Posting a cryptic message on Twitter, Kusama hinted, “Something lovely is coming. #shiboshis #soon,” fueling speculation about an upcoming project or update.
The video accompanying the tweet further intrigued followers with the words, “Shiboshis, something is coming, someone is coming, to give light, to spread love, prepare to be saved, love is here.”
Kusama’s latest updates follow a series of Telegram messages in which he candidly expressed his vision for the future of the Shiba Inu project.

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In these exchanges, he emphasized his commitment to the project’s core principle of decentralization.
As anticipation swelled for upcoming news, Kusama assured his followers that, despite the frenzied chatter, there remained “lots to do.”
He further asserted his dedication to community-led development, highlighting plans to step back once Shibarium, Shiba Inu’s proprietary blockchain, is complete and multi-token governance is live.
Kusama’s words serve as a reiteration of the Shiba Inu project’s guiding principle of decentralization. His future-oriented perspective, coupled with recent updates, underscores his dedication to fostering an ecosystem that, in his own words, seeks to “bring value to our decentralized community instead of extract it.”
As such, followers eagerly anticipate the “lovely” development he recently hinted at, heralding yet another exciting chapter in the Shiba Inu story.

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