Shiba Inu Greets Former Sony Tech Artist, Newest Addition to SHIB Metaverse Team

Shiba Inu Greets Former Sony Tech Artist, Newest Addition to SHIB Metaverse Team

The team behind Shiba Inu (SHIB) is growing stronger by the day, as a well-experienced tech artist joins the collective. David Kern joins Shiba Inu to advise on the upcoming SHIB metaverse.

The culmination of SHIB: The Metaverse

The young and ambitious team of Shiba Inu adds a member that has vast experience. Working as a tech artist, David Kern now has 17 video game credits to his name. ‘SHIB: the Metaverse is set to become the culmination of Shiba Inu’, the official blog reads.

Indeed, people like Mr. Kern can bring some fresh ideas to the SHIB metaverse, as the new member of the team just recently started his own metaverse project, TOKENSOLID, which he describes as ‘The Fine Art Virtual World’.

Furthermore, the tech artist has successfully implemented art into Web3 and released art NFTs backed by pieces in the real world. Extensive skills in animation, 3D, graphic design and video editing are just some of the things that David Kern has to offer for the SHIB Army.

Plenty of PartnerSHIBs for Shiba Inu

While crypto superstorms keep most of the TOP 20 currencies in the red, Shiba Inu (SHIB) still managed to score a few significant partnerships. In addition, many businesses around the globe are looking into adding SHIB as a payment method.

NOWPayments announced yesterday that they would help businesses convert SHIB to fiat via their software, adjusted for online enterprises. Moreover, mainstream adoption already includes food delivery and booking hotels. SHIB’s partnership with the renowned English fashion designer John Richmond starts bearing fruit, as the Shiba Inu apparel line is right around the corner.

Shiba Inu (SHIB) Price Back in the Green

At press time, the popular meme token is trading at $0.00001025, according to CoinGecko. That’s a 3.3% increase in the last 24 hours, but still 2.1% less than a week ago. While the harsh winds of crypto winter have passed, the dog-themed coin is still struggling to eat another zero. In spite of that, SHIB holders have nothing to worry about as Shiba Inu (SHIB) still holds a remarkable 44% yearly profit.

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