While Shiba Inu is still on the rise in 2022, Microsoft’s latest tweet has caused a stir of speculation within the SHIB community. In addition to the Microsoft rumor, Steven Cooper just announced a billion Shiba Inu burn. SHIB has already announced its future projects like ‘Shiberse’ and the coin is also getting positive response from the tech giants.
Is Microsoft interested in Shiba Inu?
The SHIB community is buzzing with multiple theories over a recent Microsoft tweet.
There are two types of dogs at Teams meetings.
— Microsoft (@Microsoft) February 10, 2022
The tech giant’s tweet went viral across the internet, and SHIB’s lead developer, Shytoshi Kusama, responded with a GIF that sparked curiosity. The speculation is that Microsoft is referring to two Dog-based popular meme coins, Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB).
— Shytoshi Kusama™ (@ShytoshiKusama) February 10, 2022
This tweet comes after SHIB recently announced its own “Shiberse,” while Microsoft announced last month that it will buy video game company Activision Blizzard in a $68.7 billion cash deal.
Microsoft Team responded to this via their Twitter handle, possibly referring to Dog Meme Coins again.
Teams calls are 10x better when dogs are involved.
— Microsoft Teams (@MicrosoftTeams) February 10, 2022
A theory has emerged on the internet that Microsoft’s tweet may be a reference to the popular self-proclaimed DOGE killer. However, some have also predicted a possible partnership between the two.
259 billion SHIB burned, 1 billion to go
Meanwhile, the SHIB community is also getting help and momentum from the SHIB combustion to fuel the demand for SHIB tokens. Steven Cooper, the owner of the organization that regularly makes substantial SHIB burns. Announced today that they have already burned 250 billion and added to the dead wallet. Next week, another 1 billion SHIB token will be burned.
Nearly 259 BILLION #shib coins have been added to the dead wallet by the community as a whole. Next week we will burn more than a BILLION more between all incineration initiatives. Don’t let anyone tell you you’re not doing great things here. #shibarmy
— Steven Cooper (@iamstevencooper) February 10, 2022
While Steven has not given a specific time in the past regarding the burns, this time he has clearly stated the following burn time.
According to reports, Steven’s company Bigger Entertainment itself started sending SHIB tokens to one of the dead wallets. Significantly, Cooper isn’t the only Shiba Inu enthusiast committed to cutting down the meme cryptocurrency’s overall supply.
Last week, about 300 million Shiba Inu coins were burned by the community.
— Shibburn (@shibburn) February 6, 2022
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