A few times ago, we know that Shiba Inu enters the metaverse
They create their own media with their own regulation
As we know that metaverse itself, has no strict regulation for whoever that want to join the club.
Therefore, each company that joins metaverse have their own rules
And it can be different rules with others
As the fact of it, SHIB also has the regulation about their metaverse land.
In a statement posted by Shiba Inu (SHIB) Metaverse developers,
It shows that a user’s wallet address has been blacklisted for drawing a swastika using the project’s Metaverse land.
The team at Shiba Inu says:
“SHIB: The Metaverse will place the the wallet identifying the [hate symbol] violation on a blacklist, meaning it will never be able to participate in any and all areas of the platform.”
That is all come up on April 12 with the launch of the Shiba Inu Metaverse land sale,
With approximately 36,000 out of 100,000 plots up for grabs.
Via Shib.io, crypto enthusiasts who locked LEASH (the ecosystem token) and Shiboshi nonfungible tokens were able to bid on Metaverse lands
Which were square plots, for 0.2 to 1.0 Ether (ETH) each.
Each time a user bid on a piece of land,
It turns the color from “grey” to “black” when viewed from the map.
On April 15, members of the Shiba Inu Discord community discovered that a malignant user was bidding on land in a way that formed a Swastika.
Yet, when the news broke out, SHIB holders quickly dug into their pockets
And began bidding on land around the symbol (thereby shading their color) until it eventually turned into a “window” shape.
Then, the symbol was quickly “erased” via a community effort to bid on land around it, altering its shape into a window.
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