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Top Cryptocurrency News: Shiba Inu Game Developers Increase Server Capacity By 50x As Players Rush To Test Shiba Eternity

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Shiba Eternity, Shiba Inu's flagship card collection game, 

Is launching in Vietnam. William Volk, the head of the Shiba Inu gaming team and a former vice president of Activision, reveals that to handle all of the gamers, programmers increased server capacity by a factor of 50.

Volk stated in a tweet on Monday, “to deal with the gamers coming from the Vietnam test launch, we had to raise the gameplay server capacity FIFTY-FOLD!”

Shiba Inu's card collection game was released for beta testing for iOS users in Vietnam on Thursday, according to sources. Notably, with a nod to Indonesia in the announcement, lead Shiba Inu creator Shytoshi Kusama has stoked rumors that the game would be released in the Southeast Asian country next.

According to Volk's statements, the reaction has been quite positive and reflective of the enthusiasm around the game, despite the fact that only iOS users have participated in the test so far. Notably, Volk agrees that things will heat up much more once the Android Beta Launch goes live.

The Shiba Eternity game has created quite a stir in the Shiba Inu community, with lead developer Kusama gushing with excitement. The team has been working on the game in collaboration with game developers PlaySide Studios for almost nine months.

Shiba Inu (SHIB), the network's native cryptocurrency, saw notable increases over the weekend. The asset price increased by more than 30% as whale activity reached all-time highs in April. More erratic pricing movement is expected as the community anticipates the debut of multiple projects alongside the game in Q3 2022.

Shiba Inu is the 12th largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, trading at $0.0000162, up 4.2% in the past 24 hours and 27.6% in the last seven days.

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