Justin Bieber, a pop-music superstar, appears to be fascinated by the crypto-verse. His attention has been drawn to a Shiba Inu-themed coin. However, there is a catch.
Over the previous several months, Shiba Inu [SHIB] has seen phenomenal development. With its high adoption rate and global reach, the asset has become the face of the crypto-verse. Rip-offs of the original SHIB currency have begun sprouting on the internet as practically every business embraces the asset. The crypto-verse is home to a variety of coinage like these, from Shibkiller to ShibX. While none of them have achieved the same level of success as Shiba Inu, Justin Bieber has taken notice of one specific coin.
Justin Bieber himself followed a Twitter profile called ‘ShibKiller Army.’ This coin appeared to be attempting to destroy Shiba Inu, who had risen as a Doge Killer.
On Twitter, the network’s profile picture was a shattered image of a Shiba Inu dog. At the time of publication, ShibKiller Army has 481 accounts following it, but only 400 followers. Bieber was one of the 400 people in attendance.
Furthermore, there was very little information available regarding the project. On March 6, 2022, the network revealed its Telegram group in a tweet. As a result, the cause behind Bieber’s following was difficult to decipher. While some assumed that it was an error, others speculated that he was following the wrong Shiba Inu page.
ShibKiller Army has nothing on the OG Shiba Inu Token; Here’s why
Rip-offs are old news now. Almost every prominent cryptocurrency in the market entails its own set of imitators. Similarly, Shiba Inu has an array of them. imitators. Shib has a variety of them as well. The aforementioned effort, on the other hand, appeared to be in opposition to the OG coin. While it claims to be a Shib killer, it’s exceedingly doubtful that it could even get close to destroying SHIB.
The contrast in the number of supporters for the two proposals speaks for itself. It’s difficult to assess the initiative as legitimate in the absence of credible information concerning its whereabouts.
Will the real SHIB please stand up?
At present, the crypto market is filled with assets inspired by the meme coin. King Shiba, SHIBAVAX, Shiba Fanton, Shibalana. BitShiba, Baby Shiba Inu, Shiba Inu Classic, and many more projects were part of the market. A few of them even entailed more value than the original coin.
King Shiba for instance was trading for $0.01079 with a 5 percent surge over the last 24-hours. Whereas SHIB was priced at $0.00002243, at press time.