Daniel Larimer is stepping down as CTO at Block.one and leaving EOS again
Daniel James Larimer, founder of BitShares, Steem and EOS, has stepped down as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Block.one after more than four years, he wrote on the company’s own social network Voice a few hours ago, according to the company’s website. News page AZCoin News.
Dan Larimer, former CTO of block.one
“I’ve been working with Brendan (CEO) and block.one for 4 years and I’m proud of the EOSIO software, which I was able to develop and bring to market with the help of an extremely talented team of engineers. Unfortunately, all good things have to come to an end. As of December 31, 2020. I resigned as CTO of block.one, ”he said.
“I will continue my mission to create free markets, voluntary solutions that guarantee life, freedom, property and justice for all. I’m not sure what’s next, but I’m working on developing more censorship-resistant technology. I believe that “freedom as a service” cannot be offered, so I will turn my attention to creating tools that people can use to ensure their own freedom, “he added.
Block.one is a Cayman Islands registered company that began selling EOS tokens ICO to the public in June 2017 and raised over $ 4 billion. In September 2019, block.one paid a $ 24 million fine to the US Securities and Exchange Commission for selling $ 4 billion in unregistered securities.
Commenting on the matter, Adam Back, Blockstream Co-Founder and CEO, “When is Larimer Scam 5.0? EOS pulls the carpet. ”He spoke and mentioned the times when he built a company, called an ICO, put money in his pocket and … gave up.
According to AZCoin News