Shiba Inu Metaverse Advisor Addresses Scam Allegations

Marcie Jastrow’s Response

Marcie Jastrow, advisor for the Shiba Inu Metaverse project, has denied involvement in any scams. She says she left a company due to disputes over intellectual property, not fraud.

Trophias’ Accusations

Trophias, a former member of the SHIB Defense Breed, accused Jastrow of being a “professional scammer.” However, Jastrow did not address these accusations directly.

Project Scrutiny

The Shiba Inu Metaverse project is facing scrutiny due to the allegations. Trophias’ accusations have raised questions about the project’s integrity, but there is no concrete evidence to support them.

Investors’ Outlook

Despite the allegations, investors remain positive about the project. The Shibpreme team recently purchased Metaverse lands for $27,503.

Ongoing Debate

The dispute over intellectual property rights adds complexity to the situation. The lack of transparency surrounding the specifics of the dispute leaves room for speculation. It remains to be seen how the project will address these concerns and provide clarity to investors and supporters.