• Shiba Inu Metaverse released detailed video views of the WAGMI Temple Hub at SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas.
• Lead dev Shytoshi Kusama and advisor Marcie Jastrow met with Paramount Pictures’ futurist Ted Schilowitz to discuss potential collaboration opportunities.
• The SHIB community member Scorchia’s tweet caught the attention of Shiba Inu chief developer Kusama and fueled further speculation about a collaboration between Paramount and the Shiba Inu Metaverse team.
Release of New Live Views
The release of new live views of Shiba Inu’s Metaverse at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas, have generated a lot of excitement in the SHIB community. As Bitcoinist reported yesterday, detailed video views of the WAGMI Temple Hub were shown after lead dev Shytoshi Kusama released the official movie poster.
Shiba Inu X Paramount Pictures?
But Marcie Jastrow, the Shiba Inu Metaverse’s advisor, had an even bigger surprise in store for the SHIB army. As Scorcia, a popular SHIB community member revealed in a tweet that was confirmed by Jastrow, the SHIB Metaverse team has met with Ted Schilowitz, the futurist at American film production company Paramount Pictures, to discuss opportunities for collaboration.
Scorchia’s tweet even caught the attention of Shiba Inu chief developer Kusama. The SHIB community member shared a picture with Paramount’s Schilowitz and commented, “probably nothing” – a phrase often used ironically in the crypto community to refer to potentially important developments. Kusama tweeted four “big eyes” emojis to presumably show that he is paying attention as well as expressing interest and excitement. He also added three hashtags #shibmetaverse, #shibarium and #paramount to the tweet and shared a South Park GIF in which Randy Marsh says, “Maybe nothing, maybe everything.”
Success at SXSW Festival
In an interview with Zach Humphries, Jastrow further revealed that the SHIB : The Metaverse at SXSW Festival was a huge success. “I had more conversations with brands in the last 2 days that want to be in our metaverse than ever.” On the conversation with Paramount’s Schilowitz she disclosed: We were sitting with the head of futuristics of Paramount Pictures and I am like we need to do a licensing deal; I got Rocket Pond coming up next…
The release of new live views from SXSW Festival has sparked great excitement within SHIB community while meeting between lead developers and advisors together with Paramount’s futurists potentially reveals collaboration opportunities ahead for both sides