Dan Larimer has left his position as CTO of Block.one, the software company responsible for developing EOS.
Larimer made the announcement on Hive yesterday, saying he doesn’t know what he wants to do next. However, he did say that he remains committed to his mission of creating free-market solutions.
“I am leaning toward building more censorship resistant technologies. I have come to believe that you cannot provide “liberty as a service” and therefore I will focus my attention on creating tools that people can use to secure their own freedom.”
EOS hit the headlines in 2018 after its year-long ICO had raised a staggering $4 billion, making it the biggest ICO in the history of cryptocurrency. A record it still holds some three years later.
Block.one billed EOS as an “Ethereum killer” that also offered dApps, smart contracts, and an entire ecosystem for developers to build on. But it differed from Ethereum in that it ran Delegated Proof of