Shiba Inu lead Shytoshi Kusama broke his silence on Tuesday, signaling “many great things” in the works for the popular meme cryptocurrency. He reassured followers in a message on the Shibarium Discord server, saying, “I’m here. I’m not going anywhere.”

Kusama alluded to significant developments brewing behind the scenes, highlighting his silence as indicative of his dedication to a project.

The leader also affirmed his commitment to complete a decentralized system as promised, regardless of the chaos inherent in blazing new trails.

Earlier this month, user Shibarium1 took to Discord to proclaim that the launch of Shibarium, the project’s Layer 2 Ethereum scaling solution, was “closer than you expect.”

It’s believed that this launch could provide scalability improvements for Shiba Inu and create a more sustainable growth model for the digital token.

The Shiba team’s predictions for the launch of the mainnet have created a buzz within the community. A tweet from community member LucieSHIB last week speculated on a potential launch window.

While Shibarium predicted an August launch, LucieSHIB foresaw Q3, and Shytoshi Kusama pointed to July. However, the team emphasized that no specific date should be considered definitive, stressing instead the importance of thorough testing processes and security audits.

Despite the lack of a firm launch date, the Shiba Inu community is excited about the potential of Shibarium. The project has the potential to make Shiba Inu more user-friendly and affordable, which could lead to increased adoption.

Shiba Inu is a popular memecoin that has been gaining momentum in recent months. The project has a large and active community, and it is constantly developing new features and products.