Shiba Inu Whale Abruptly Moves 800,215,912,624 SHIB As Dogecoin-Rival Developer Dispels Code RumorsMarch 17, 2023 9118 by admin
A Shiba Inu (Shib) dolphin suddenly moved hundreds of billions of dynamic passwords, and a new project developer debunked rumors of stolen code for the ecosystem's new layer 2 protocol, the Shibary app.
According to new data from dolphin tracking service Whale Alert, the deep-pocketed login password investor suddenly transferred 800215912624 Shib, worth $8230620 at the time of conversion, from Shiba chips to an unknown wallet.->
The OTP change coincided with a pseudonym developer in the Shiba Inu ecosystem quelling rumors that Shibary had a replacement code that was stolen from another block. Shibary launched the anticipated Beta test network earlier this week.
According to the developers, the problem lies in the chain ID of the test network, which is another way to distinguish the block chain, which needs to be patched and restarted.
"since we deployed the Alpha network, we have avoided some FUD [fear, variability and suspicion]: very few chains ID are randomly selected-417 (Alpha), 517 (phased), 917 (pre-pod / Beta), and many chains did not apply for registration at any time. I made an incorrect mistake and did not revisit the puppy when it was released on the Internet.
In the absence of contention, we will apply a new chain ID to reconfigure the [beta] Internet. A new deployment will be very rare in the near future, but it is likely that as long as we are still in the beta phase. I wish the blockchain good luck and wish us all the best to work together.
At the time of writing, Shib traded at $0.000002, down 17.2% in the past 24 hours.