Toronto-based medical website "Ask the Doctor", which previously added 31 billion Shiba Inu (SHIB) tokens to its balance sheet, said today that it had eliminated all its SHIB tokens.
Also, the company called SHIB the biggest scam in crypto, and its founder, with the pseudonym Shytoshi Kusama a scammer. Ask the doctor said it will start legal action against SHIB and Kusama for libel. Also, it said that the team will be able to discover the identity of the SHIB founder, adding that the company had informed their contacts on large crypto platforms. It sent emails to Binance, Kraken and Crypto.com urging them to delist SHIB.
Our legal team has will be commencing a lawsuit against @ShytoshiKusama / $shib for libel.— Ask The Doctor ® (@askthedr) December 21, 2021
We will be able to find out his true identity in the courts. Our company will not stand for defamation and fake reviews.
We have also informed our contacts at the major exchanges.
To the accusations, Kusama started to share bad reviews about Ask the Doctor, saying the company takes people's money and doesn't provide any services.
While the Twitter spat continues, an Ethereum whale bought over 50 bln SHIB tokens, worth around $1.6 M. Sharing the news, Kusama said numbers speak for themselves.
Let the numbers speak for themselves... https://t.co/tdmzOqcRou— Shytoshi Kusama™ (@ShytoshiKusama) December 21, 2021
Currently, SHIB is the 13th largest crypto with a market cap of over $17.6 B. In the last 24 hours, its price went up by over 10.6% and the token trades at around $.0.00003206.