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Shiba Inu founder Ryoshi removes all tweets and blog posts in what may be a move to further decentralize the project

Summary:

  • Shiba Inu founder Ryoshi deleted all of his Tweets and blog posts.
  • The deletion is precisely one year after he last tweeted.
  • Ryoshi’s Twitter page indicates that he is located at “Decentralized”.
  • No explanation was given by Ryoshi except for the cryptic messages which seem to hint that he wants the Shiba Inu project to continue without him.

The founder of the popular Shiba Inu meme-corner (SHIB) has deleted all of his tweets and blog posts in a move that has left many in the community scratching their heads as to what this could all mean. Note that his actions come precisely one year after his last tweet on May 29, 2021.

Ryoshi’s Twitter page says he is located in a “decentralized”

In addition to deleting his online content, Ryoshi changed his Twitter profile picture to that of Jetsun Milarepa, a Tibetan Siddha known to be a murderer turned Buddhist. Milarepa is considered one of Tibet’s most famous yogis and spiritual poets.

Additionally, Ryoshi’s Twitter page states that he is located at “Decentralized”, further hinting that he wants Shiba Inu to proceed as a community effort without him as the central figure.

Ryoshi’s Twitter page says he is located at “Decentralized”

Ryoshi’s Latest Posts Hint He Wants Shiba Inu Decentralized

A few hours ago, and after deleting all of his blog posts on Medium, Ryoshi posted the following two brief posts on the same platform, further stating that he wants Shiba Inu to progress without his input and in a decentralized way.

I am not important, and one day I will be gone without notice. Take the SHIBA and travel upwards.

We are all Ryoshi

Each Shibarmy is Ryoshi.
It does not represent anyone, but the glory of Shibarmy!

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Shiba Inu Founder Ryoshi Removes All Tweets And Blog Posts In What Could Be A Move To Further Decentralize Project 14
Ryoshi’s latest blog posts suggest his wish for Shiba Inu to be decentralized.

Shytoshi Kusam praises Ryoshi as the most successful anonymous founders.

Ryoshi’s vision of a truly decentralized Shiba Inu project is further reiterated by Shibarmy community member Shytoshi Kusama in a recent blog post in which he praises Ryoshi as the most successful anonymous founder of any project. His exact statement on Ryoshi can be found below.

Ryoshi was, and is, one of the most successful anonymous founders of any project.

Although I don’t know his identity, his legacy lives on in the Shib token, the Shib ecosystem, and all the projects we plan to decentralize the world.

Ryoshi’s philosophy of remaining anonymous and having no influence over Shib’s direction makes our mythos even more mystical and awesome.

We built from scratch, never paid an exchange for an ad, and revolutionized meme tokens with exponential growth.