Shiba Inu’s Collectible Card Finally Hits Australian Shores: Shiba Eternity

This year, the meme cryptocurrency Shiba Inu (SHIB) attracted a lot of attention. While the crypto-verse has developed into an ecosystem that goes much beyond simple trade. The area of cryptocurrency development and adoption took center stage. The network also increased its utilities, albeit initially, it was due to its increasing prices. The SHIB network decided to create the collectible card game Shiba Eternity in an analogous effort.

This game appears to be generating a lot of interest and is the talk of the cryptocurrency community. A game developer named William Volk revealed information about the title back in August at Gamescom 2022.

The Shiba Inu game had been in development for a while. The fanbase had been anticipating the release of the actual game while it was in Vietnam for testing. Volk responded to the same by saying,

“It will come out probably in September for other regions, and we’ll have a download day where we intend to get the ShibArmy to all download it.”

Volk did emphasise the significance of testing the game before launching it, though. So, he said, the Shiba Inu game will go through exhaustive testing before it was released. Additionally, the game’s ability to handle the volume of players playing simultaneously would need to be assessed by the network.

Volk stated that things were looking excellent after the most recent Vietnam testing.

Shiba Inu stays true to its words

Today, the well-known cryptocurrency project tweeted about the change, noting that Australian residents who are SHIBArmy members can now download the game.

The game is only now accessible on iOS devices, but there are plans to make it available to Australian Android users as well. Shiba Inu took to Twitter to congratulate Shiba Eternity.

The action is a part of efforts to test the game’s functionality ahead of its global release. Recall that the Shiba Inu project’s team released the game for preliminary testing in Vietnam last month. Over 3,000 people downloaded the game in a matter of weeks thanks to a favourable response. The development team realised that the game’s server capacity needed to be increased by more than 50 times as a result of the large number of downloads. Undoubtedly, more people will download the game once it is completely released.

Efforts are being made to increase user acceptance when the game finally launches. At the time of writing, Shiba Inu (SHIB) was priced at $0.00001173 with no loss or gain, according to Coin Market Cap.