Shiba Inu developer: WEF wants to collaborate with project to ‘help shape’ metaverse global policy


Shytoshi Kusama reported that Shiba Inu could collaborate with Facebook and Decentraland to develop metaverse global policies at the World Economic Forum. News The volunteer project leader and developer for Shiba Inu, Shytoshi Kusama, reported on social media that “MV global policy” is a goal of the World Economic Forum (or WEF). The Shiba Inu developer appeared to be referring specifically to metaverse policy. While crypto and blockchain are often discussed at WEF events sometimes, partnering with a popular mem token would be a first for this organization. “Yes I am serious,” said Kusama. “We would be at table with policy makers and help shape global policy for MV alongside other giants such as FB (bye Zuck), Sand or Decentraland. “#ShibArmy, I need a quick vote: We were kindly invited by the WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM to participate in shaping their MV global policy. We would love to hear your thoughts on this matter, as it is not our decision but yours. Shytoshi Kusama (TM) (@ShytoshiKusama November 22, 2022
Related: Shiba Inu founder steps down from the community after deleting social media posts. More than 65% of the approximately 9,500 respondents to Kusama’s poll voted for Shiba Inu working alongside the WEF at the time of publication. Only 10% said it didn’t really matter which way. According to data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro, the SHIB price fell by approximately 80% over the past 12 months and reached $0.00000872727 at the time it was published. Cointelegraph reached out the WEF but did not receive any response at the time this article was published.


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