The Shiba Inu (SHIB) Ad in Times Square Turned Out to Be Fake!


Popular joke currency Shiba Inunún (SHIB) his ad was said to have run on large billboards in Times Square. But the New York-based advertising company Silvercast Media, viral Shiba Inu Times Square he confirmed that his ad was actually fake.

The Shiba Inu Ad in Times Square Turned Out to Be Fake!

A New York-based advertising company, posted on a magnificent billboard located in the heart of Manhattan Shiba Inu he said his ad was just a visual effect.

So SHIBthe billboard on which the ad was allegedly posted covers a full city block on Broadway from 45th Street to 46th Street and is viewed by 1.5 million people a day.

As we reported recently, Times Squarethe popular joke of the digital billboard in the middle of cryptocurrency Shiba Inu the videos, which allegedly showed an ad promoting it, went viral on Twitter on Sunday.

A tweet posted by US Senate candidate Shannon Bray has managed to garner more than 5,500 likes. On the other hand, there were a lot of gratifying tweets about the ad, which received thousands of likes on Twitter.

Just A Visual Effect

Dogecoin and Safemoon as a joke (meme) Although cryptocurrencies did indeed run their own ads in Times Square earlier this year, the Shiba Inu billboard is not real.

A user on Fiverr, a popular freelancer platform, offers to add such visual effects for only $ 15.

Actually, Shiba Inuthe same fake ad promoting ‘started circulating on Twitter in June.

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