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Shiba Inu bans user for using Hitler’s symbol

The team of Shiba Inu, one of the popular meme coins, has banned a user for spreading hatred in the recently launched metaverse. This user’s wallet address has been added to the blacklist of Shiba Inu’s network. This incident happened on April 20, on the birthday of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler. Hitler is considered responsible for World War II and the Holocaust genocide. Hitler used a slightly tilted figure of Swastika as his identity. This user created a similar symbol in the Metaverse of Shiba Inu.

The team of Shiba Inu made this symbol metaverse removed from. The developers of Shiba Inu said on Twitter, “Wallet that posted this symbol has been blacklisted. This will sometimes prevent it from participating in any area of ​​this platform.” Along with this, a link to the guidelines for the metaverse of SHIB has also been posted on Twitter.

Over a million virtual plots were posted on Shiba Inu’s Metaverse last month. sales information was given. Some of these plots will be used for roads, grounds and other public purposes. The price of these Metaverse plots ranges from 0.2 to 1 ETH. Initially 36,431 plots will be unlocked. In terms of price, these plots will be divided into four categories – Silver Fur, Gold Tail, Platinum Paw and Diamond Teeth. The SHIB team has decided to use a neutral cryptocurrency as a land pricing token.

This will prevent the downside risk of Shiba-linked tokens, SHIB, LEASH and BONE. These tokens will be used when further phases of the metaverse of SHIB begin. The SHIB team had stated, “Funds from this will be used to pay for Metaverse development. The team has decided to use a neutral coin that can be sold as a stablecoin to pay for all sources. There will be a risk by using our ecosystem.” The community associated with it has also been promised a reward for buying land in its metaverse.

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