Shiba Inu’s Founder, Ryoshi, Deletes All Tweets and Blogs, Leaving People Confused

Shiba Inu’s Founder, Ryoshi, Deletes All Tweets and Blogs, Leaving People Confused

May 31, 2022 Off By Roland G

A year after going missing from SHIB, Ryoshi mysteriously deleted all of his previous tweets and Shiba Inu blogs. All of SHIB’s four blogs have had their links to SHIB removed from the Medium platform.

All of Ryoshi’s prior blogs were removed a year after they were written last year on May 30. Ryoshi hasn’t tweeted since May 2021, and he hasn’t posted much after that.

Shiba Inu, the second most popular memecoin in the cryptocurrency industry, is credited to the individual or group of people behind the Twitter handle @RyoshiResearch.

His Twitter profile picture has been changed to one of Buddhist Jetsun Milarepa, a well-known Tibetan poet, and yogi. Meanwhile, Ryoshi changed his account’s header image to a cloud and a half-moon.

Ryoshi has also removed his bio from his Twitter account as a result of this. “SHIB and LEASH Founder,” it was previously said. We do it for the sake of the people.”

“I am not important, and one day I will be gone without notice,” says Ryoshi, adding, “Take the SHIBA and ascend the frens.”

Despite the fact that SHIB has been falling in price over the last few hours, the news has had no meaningful impact on its pricing; one might say the same thing about the general market. At the time of publication, the price of SHIB was $0.0000117.

As of right now, no official memecoin accounts have provided any information, and while the community is buzzing with rumors, no official statement has been issued.