Shiba Inu memecoin (SHIB) alongside Klaus Schwab to regulate metaverses internationally? Strange as it may seem, Shytoshi Kusama, the project director, has been approached by the World Economic Forum to define a regulatory framework for the metaverse alongside the various regulators in connection with Davos.
Shiba Inu on the way to Davos
An unlikely alliance could soon be born: the head of the Shiba Inu project (SHIB), under his pseudonym Shytoshi Kusama, indicated via Twitter that he had been contacted by the World Economic Forum to work on a regulation of the metaverse.
“#ShibArmy I need a quick vote: We have been kindly invited to work with the WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM as part of their global metaverse policy. I’d like to know what you all think, because this is not our decision, but yours.”
The World Economic Forum has been studying the topics of cryptocurrencies and blockchain for a few years now, but a potential alliance with a memecoin can still legitimately raise some questions.
According to Shytoshi Kusama, the Shiba Inu project could be actively involved in shaping global policy regarding the metaverse alongside Klaus Schwab, the founder of Davos, but also various oligarchs, political figures and various multinationals.
“We would be at the policy table and help shape global metaverse policy alongside other giants like Facebook (bye Zuck), The Sandbox, Decentraland, etc. And please, don’t ask my opinion, you already know it.”
And the memecoin community seems rather receptive to the idea, as the final voting results show 62.3% positive votes for Shiba Inu to work together with the World Economic Forum, 27.7% negative votes and finally 10% neutral votes.
A very unlikely alliance, which we will keep you informed of if it is actually implemented.