In a recent blog post, Kaal Dhairya, a developer deeply involved in the Shiba Inu (SHIB) project, shared exciting news about important developments within the Shiba community.

First and foremost, Dhairya celebrated a significant milestone reached by the ShibArmy: one million wallets and nearly one million transactions.

This accomplishment demonstrates the community’s dedication and the project’s growing popularity. Dhairya emphasized the team’s commitment to keeping Shibarium one of the fastest and most cost-effective Layer 2 networks.

One of the standout updates is the introduction of the hosted version of the Blockscout explorer on Shibarium, aptly named “Shibarium Explorer.”

This move allows the protocol team to concentrate on network enhancements while the Blockscout team ensures that the explorer remains fully functional and the blockchain is indexed correctly.

Users are encouraged to make use of this explorer for conducting research and verifying smart contracts on the network.

Additionally, Dhairya revealed plans to promote projects built on Shibarium, emphasizing the importance of contract verification through Blockscout for these endeavors.

Dhairya provided the verified WBONE contract address and announced the integration of several other tokens into Shibarium’s bridge.

Notable tokens now visible in the user interface include USDT, USDC, DAI, WBTC, and xFUND. The developer also disclosed ongoing collaborations with various third-party bridges to facilitate the bridging of even more tokens into the Shibarium ecosystem.

Furthermore, Dhairya shared plans to renounce the BONE contract in the coming week and expand the network’s validator base, ensuring its security and efficiency.