First, according to Jacob Oracle’s tweet, the Shiba Innu Whale Investor recently transferred over 40 trillion SHIB coins to four new wallets:
Some people interpret this event as a sign of impending liquidation of the currency. However, there are contradictions in all these events. First, the Shiba Innu project currently lacks liquidity to support a liquidation of this magnitude. Consequently,
if the whale investor began to liquidate its gigantic stake in SHIB, the entire holding would very quickly become useless, thereby excluding the rationale for this possible move. Therefore, I believe that concerns about liquidation at this stage are largely unfounded.
That is, the exchange has undertaken to place the coin the next day if it receives at least 2,000 likes from the Shiba Innu community. The tweet eventually managed to collect over 80,000 likes.
However, Kraken then disappointed Shiba Innu investors, pointing out that the listing would not be spontaneous and that the exchange would only begin a “listing verification process.”
Today we have an official testing of the new Core i9-12900K processor on our website. Since you have been waiting for the release of the 12th generation for a long time, we will not dwell on the details, but immediately refer you to the link, where everything is described in detail. Note that the author got excellent results for the new Intel flagship, but the good old Ryzen 9 5950X grazes the back ones.
Synthetics could still be understood, because the blue ones really made a big leap, but with the games the situation is strange. Strange because there are other tests on the Internet in which everything is completely different. Let us explain our position in advance: the computer of the author of this material has an Intel processor, so there is no need to talk about any bias towards AMD.
Nobody said that the guys from Wccftech are better at testing processors, but in such situations, reasonable people always try to figure out the problem. The fact is that radically different indicators were obtained. We won’t dwell on specific games, but the bottom line is that in the test on our site,
the Core i9-12900K is much faster than the Ryzen 9 5950X, while on Wccftech there is almost no difference. It is quite possible that the point is in the methodology, as well as in the fact that Western experts used 2K resolution, while 1080p was used on our site. Anyway, Intel fans who read the tests on Overclockers.ru have a big holiday.
We would not want to upset them, but it seems to us that in reality the difference in games is really minimal, and in 2K and 4K resolutions it will hardly be there. Since in both cases a GeForce RTX 3090 video card was used, it is preferable to indicate tests in high resolutions, because there are big doubts about the fact that the owners of such video cards play at 1080p.
If you thought that this was all the information about the new flagship was exhausted, then you were very mistaken. The fact is that the Core i9-12900K turned out to be terribly gluttonous. So, after reaching a clock frequency of 5.2 GHz, it began to burn 477 watts. For comparison, the previous flagships were less demanding. The Core i9-11900K draws 447W, while the Core i9-10900K draws 424W.
All this means that you have to pay for speed with the purchase of an expensive power supply and giant electricity bills. Perhaps for some, almost 500 watts on the processor is normal, but this is clearly not what we expected from Intel.
Shiba ink (SHIB) is a token on the Ethereum blockchain that has grown in popularity this year thanks in large part to its unique ecosystem and canine theme, as well as speculation on its price by retail investors and the active participation of the coin community.
For example, you might be surprised to find that Sahib’s official Twitter account has over 1.2 million followers – more than Cardanol (ADA), Kraken, and Solana (SOL).
You can watch a full video breakdown here – how the meme got out of control and became one of the most influential cryptocurrencies today:
Shiba ink, as well as Dogecoin and hundreds of other crypto assets based on memes or inspired by pets, such as Baby Doge coin and DeLeon mars coin, became known as “meme coins”.