Shibarium’s growth team announced that they are collaborating with some “highly effective frens” to resolve the current predicament on the freshly created community. The team sent out an update advising the Shiba Inu group of the status of the launch problem. The crew created a blog post to inform customers that the problem was caused by unusually high traffic due to the challenge’s popularity.
According to Shib employees, the newly created community surprised site visitors. As a result, the difficulty is to begin scaling operations to accommodate the massive influx of Shibarium consumers.
While detailing the situation, Kaal Dhairya, a Shib staff member, informed the group that Shibarium received thousands and thousands of “compute items” of site users in seconds. According to Dhairya, a careful examination found thousands of contract creations and regular transactions within the block. As a result, the Shibarium community went into fail-safe mode and stopped, ensuring that funds are SAFU, an acronym for Safe Asset Funds for Customers.
Dhairya revealed that the staff sought assistance from certain “highly effective frens” who were working with Shibarium developers and Unification personnel to scale the blockchain. According to him, despite the fact that the process is still in its early stages, the group has identified a number of courses of action.
The Shib employee discredited a “fake screenshot” that had circulated in the media, blaming it for the Concern, Uncertainty, and Doubt (FUD) that had been generated within the SHIB ecosystem. He vowed to name Twitter management to assist in identifying the criminals behind the screenshot so that they may be brought to punishment.
Dhairya encouraged Shib members to avoid unofficial sources and trust only data from the challenge’s official vendors. He highlighted that the monies “paused” on the bridge are SAFU, and the project has “insured” the entire amount of $2 million in case of any problems after restarting Shibarium.