In the newly launched Shiba Inu metaverse, a user''s wallet has been removed from the network''s blacklist for drawing a Swastika symbol. The incident occurred on April 20, which is the anniversary of Adolf Hitler, who is responsible for two of the world''s greatest tragedies, the World War II and the Holocaust. Hitler used a slightly tilted representation of the Swastika as his sigil.
After the symbol was deleted from the SHIB virtual world, the developers alerted the public to the incidents.
SHIB: According to Shiba Inu, the Metaverse will place the wallet identifying the [hate symbol] violation on a blacklist, meaning it will never be able to participate in any or all aspects of the platform.
A link to the guidelines page of the SHIB''s metaverse land has been also shared on Twitter.
Please take a moment to review the following guidelines. Our community, and partners are our highest priority. A small update to our Metaverse and the steps that will be taken in order to create a negative environment within the space. pic.twitter.com/4tBD3tx6Ww
On its metaverse, Shiba Inu''s developers announced that a total of 100,595 virtual land plots will be available for purchase, some of which will remain private and serve as common ground, such as highways, hubs, and boulevards.
The meme coin community has promised assistance to those who want to purchase property in its metaverse.
The side of the SHIB developers'' harsh reaction on this Swastika incident has threw a powerful message to the community members.
Thank you to the #SHIB team! @ShibTheMV https://t.co/YY31I0gGGg is providing a pleasant fun environment for everyone.
The new Binance emoji is a literal swastika pic.twitter.com/lCOuWuPnyF.
After experiencing widespread outcry on social media, the crypto exchange issued an apology for its equities in judgement.