Shiba Inu CK1: SHIB to Announce Multiplayer Game with Phoenix Labs?

Vinod Dsouza
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Shiba Inu’s growth breed ShibaKraken released a trailer yesterday with the phrase ‘CK1’ and opened a Pandora’s Box of ‘guessing games’. Investors commented many guesses including CK1 might stand for Calvin Klein to Crusader Kings among others. However, ShibaKraken refuted the guesses by tweeting, “Not Calvin Klein… #SorryNotSorry,” and “Not Crusader Kings.. #SorryNotSorry.” While all the guesses seem to be futile, rumors are doing the rounds on social media that CK1 might stand for Carl Kwoh.

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Shiba Inu CK1: Carl Kwoh & Multiplayer Games?

Carl Kwoh is the VP of Product Development and Game Product Leader at Phoenix Labs which specializes in multiplayer games. Shiba Inu influencer Shibilia has guessed that CK1 might stand for Carl Kwoh and SHIB might announce a collaboration with Phoenix Labs for a new multiplayer game.

Watcher Guru reached out to Carl Kwoh for confirmation if the CK1 rumors are true. We did not receive a response at the time of press.

“Everyone who is wondering about CK1. I’ll give you my guess: Carl Kwoh, the VP of Phoenix Labs. Kwoh spoke at GDC – an event Shiba Game developer William Volk also attended. So I’m assuming we’ll be introduced to the game soon,” the tweet read.

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William Volk who is developing Shiba Inu games attended the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in March this year. Even Carl Kwoh attended the event from Phoenix Labs.

However, it is not known if CK1 stands for Carl Kwoh. It is not confirmed if Shiba Inu will collaborate with Phoenix Labs either. We will have to wait and watch for an official confirmation from the SHIB team about what CK1 truly means.

Shiba Inu Price

The crypto crash came down heavily on all tokens after Bitcoin slipped below the 30,000 mark. SHIB fell double digits yesterday and is now trading at $0.00001655.

Shiba Inu is down 33% in the last 14-trading days and could go further south if the market fails to recover. While calls of ‘buying the dips’ are making the rounds on Twitter, investors are cautious to pour in their money this time around.