Shiba Inu community divided over allegations of code, chain ID plagiarism

A series of events occurred on March 17th on the official Shiba Inu (SHIB) Discord. At this time, Steve, his member of the Top Rank community, claimed that the chain IDs of the Shibarium Layer 2 beta testnet ID and the linear testnet ID were identical. existing blockchain.

“So why the Sibarium testnet seems to have taken the linear testnet genesis file I changed the name from lenia but forgot to change the chain id

Steve also claimed that there was “no way to take over without shytoshi and kal.” [Shiba Inu developers] Specifically, I contacted him, asked him to reboot (tricked him), stole his genesis files so I could steal his work.” I replied:

“Since we did the alpha network rollout, chain IDs of 417 (alpha), 517 (staging), and 917 (prepod/beta) were randomly chosen to clear some FUD, but these The chain wasn’t registered anywhere at the time, and it would be my mistake not to double-check when the puppynet network was launched.”

then curl said A new version of the Shibraium beta network with a new chain ID will be rolled out “without entering the first battle”. However, the case escalated later in the day when Steve brought up another allegation. This time it’s about the similarity between Sibarium Alpha Test and Mumbai Polygon by comparing two screenshots.

“The Sibarium GitHub shows that the Sibarium Alpha Test is only a 100% copy of the Mumbai Polygon.”

As of the publication of this article, the Shiba Inu has fallen 4.65% over the past 24 hours to $0.00001047 per contract. Cointelegraph has not independently verified the allegations and responses brought by the Shiba community.

Steve’s first post on plagiarism allegations on Sibarium. The developer has since denied this claim.Source: Shiba Inu Discord