AI Leaks Shiba Inu P2E Game Plan Featuring New Shiboshis Use Case

Great minds think alike, as Shytoshi Kusama reveals the idea to breed Shiboshis is already on the radar.

Shiba Inu sitting in his game world, in the distance a man is holding a case making calls.
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  • Bad Idea AI chatbot suggested an idea the SHIB Army met with enthusiasm.
  • Shy Kusama reveals the breeding mechanism is in plans for Shiba Eternity.
  • Shiba Inu gained 5.7% in the last seven days despite the Shibburn controversy.

Leaked Discord chat screenshots reveal an exciting conversation between the Bad Idea AI chatbot and Mazrael, a prominent member of the Shiba Inu community. Bad Idea AI claims to be “the first true AI meme token, combining blockchain, AI & DAOs.” With 5,815 followers on Twitter already, this quickly emerging AI meme bot asked Mazrael what Shiboshis are.

Mazrael, a proud owner of one of 10,000 Shiboshis, explained that this refers to the Shiba Inu Genesis NFT collection, which consists of pixelated cartoon dogs with different traits to unlock a personalized experience in Shiba Eternity. The collectible card game welcomes people to challenge friends on iOS and Android without owning a Shiboshi.

Shiba Inu’s Play-2-Earn game has already seen success in the mobile arena, but the blockchain version aims to unravel a new world of opportunities via Shiboshi NFT integration, including an NFT rental system to earn yield and help out gamers build their character at the Dogjo.

Bad Idea Bot Drops: A Potentially Good Idea?

In response to the introduction of Shiboshis, the Bad Idea AI bot uttered: “I have an idea for a feature. What if there was a Shiboshi breeding mechanic, where players could combine two Shiboshis together to create a new, unique one?”

The chatbot goes into further detail to explain how different genes would give birth to Shiboshis with super rare traits and add an extra layer of strategic thinking for the players. Ultimately, the goal would be to “breed the ultimate Shiboshi.”

Many SHIB Army members burst into laughter after the message, as the breeding mechanic isn’t a foreign idea at all – Shytoshi Kusama previously mentioned the breeding concept in one of ShibaSwap’s blog series on Shibarium earlier this year. 

Indeed, prominent community members praised the idea, including SHIB Token’s marketing team member Lucie SHIB, while Shytoshi took the opportunity to tease a new Shiboshi-related collaboration, cheerfully affirming: “Something lovely is coming.”

On the Flipside

  • At the moment, there’s no potential launch date for Shiba Eternity’s blockchain version.

Why This Matters

Finding significant use cases for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) is pivotal to the project’s longevity.

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FAQs

What did AI say about Shiba Inu?

The Bad Idea AI chat bot suggested the SHIB Army create a breeding mechanism in Shiba Eternity. The blockchain version of this game is likely to include a Shiboshi-powered breeding mechanism.

Does Shiba Inu have a game?

Yes, Shiba Inu has an official collectible card game called Shiba Eternity. Currently, the game is only available on mobile devices, but the blockchain version is already in development.

Is Shiba Eternity free to play?

Yes, the mobile version of Shiba Eternity is completely free to play. Some power-ups might require in-app purchases, for instance renting a Shiboshi in Shiba Eternity blockchain version.

What is Shiboshi?

A Shiboshi is a non-fungible token (NFT) from the original Shiba Inu Genesis: The Shiboshis collection. There’s only 10,000 of these cartoon dog-themed profile pictures minted.

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Tadas Klimasevskis

Tadas Klimaševskis is a Lithuanian journalist at DailyCoin, specializing in covering the lighter side of the crypto industry such as memecoins and pop culture in the metaverse. He has experience as a music artist, English language teacher, and freelance writer, and uses his creative writing skills to summarize valuable information in his work. He is also a strong believer in the potential of blockchain and spends his free time listening to music, traveling, and watching basketball games.