SHIB, BONE, LEASH tokens take a nosedive following whispers of a $2.5M Shibarium blunder.

Hold onto your hats, folks! The rollercoaster that is Shiba Inu and its buddy tokens seems to have taken a sharp turn downhill after the big reveal of the Shibarium network. Word on the street is that there might’ve been a little hiccup—or shall I say, a big ol’ burp?—somewhere in the shiny new tech behind it all.

Everyone and their dog was eagerly waiting for the Shibarium mainnet launch, thinking it’d send SHIB, BONE, and LEASH tokens flying to the moon. A kinda boost-up for Ethereum, you know? But alas, the dream bubble popped a tad sooner than we’d have liked.

So, here’s the tea: in the last 24 hours, SHIB’s value slipped down by 8.1%. Ouch, right? BONE didn’t fare much better, with its price tumbling over 14%. But the real heartbreaker here? LEASH. Poor thing took the biggest hit, crashing a whopping 23.5% in just one day. Somebody hand me a tissue!

Now, don’t shoot the messenger, but there’s this sneaky screenshot zipping around. Apparently, it’s a chat between the brains behind Shibarium. And if it’s legit, the top dog—Shytoshi—hinted at some missing assets that they just can’t seem to find. Yikes!

Our buddy ZachXBT, ever the blockchain detective, chimed in too. He’s still scratching his head, figuring out if the missing stuff is gone for good. He did mention, though, that a vital node, the RPC, is out cold. And the block explorer? Let’s just say it’s seen better days.

Double-checking with the Shibarium Scan block explorer, it seems no new block’s been added for the past seven hours. Hmm, suspicious much? Another juicier tidbit? One user supposedly hit a snag trying to check their balance over this “sleeping” RPC.

The icing on this messy cake? The Shibarium RPC site is MIA! And some are whispering about a botched bridge, with a cool $2.46 million stuck in limbo. That includes a sweet $1.7 million in Ether (ETH) and another $762,000 in BONE. Man, talk about a twist in the tale!

So, what’s next? Only time will tell. But for now, keep those seatbelts fastened, crypto-riders. This ride ain’t over!

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