Shiba Inu Finds Metaverse Help and Philippines Presence

  • Shiba Inu partners up with Marvel collaborator The Third Floor.
  • SHIB gets listed on Coins.ph.
  • Coins.ph is owned by the former CFO of Binance

Shiba Inu has partnered up with The Third Floor (TTF), an American visualization company, for its metaverse project. The firm is quite well known for its work on several Marvel films and projects.

This collaboration will ramp up Shiba Inu’s game in the metaverse, as TTF will aid in designing and improving Shiba Inu’s metaverse project.

TTF’s 17 years of expertise working in Hollywood and across major television films will be put to work in defining and developing the virtual environments, buildings, and landscapes in the SHIB Metaverse.

The Metaverse is offering everyone new opportunities to develop and participate in world-building and the visual universe, and we are thrilled to collaborate with Shiba Inu teams as they innovate within this expanding landscape,” said Chief Strategy Officer of The Third Floor, Dane Smith.

Among TFF’s projects have been “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Mad Max: Fury Road,” and “Wonder Woman”. Similarly, they’ve also worked on video games such as “Doom” and “Resident Evil 6”.

In other news, SHIB is officially listed on a prominent Philippine exchange called Coins.ph, according to a statement on Wednesday. The exchange revealed the information in one of its most recent press releases.

 

As the first blockchain company in Asia to secure a license from the BSP as an Electronic Money Issuer and Virtual Currency exchange, Coins.ph is governed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).

Wei Zhou, the former Chief Financial Officer of Binance, purchased the exchange recently. Shiba Inu’s listing on the exchange was initially planned for July 13 but was delayed due to technical difficulties.

Recently, Shiba Inu was listed on several significant exchanges, including Bitstamp and the well-known trading exchange Robinhood.

By sahil

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