EOS Co-Founder Dan Larimer Resigns From Post as CTO of Block.one

EOS Co-Founder Dan Larimer Resigns From Post as CTO of Block.one


Dan Larimer is resigning from his post as the chief technology officer of the development company Block.one.

Block.one made history when it raised $4 billion worth of cryptocurrency for the initial coin offering of EOS, a blockchain that was built to compete with Ethereum and other smart contract networks. Block.one’s main project is EOS.

Prior to Block.one and EOS, Larimer was involved in blockchain-based social media publishing service Steem and Bitshares.

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He made the announcement in a short post published to Voice, a social media initiative founded by Block.one. The EOS pioneer wrote on the matter:

“I have worked with Brendan and block.one for the past 4 years and am proud of the EOSIO software I was able to create and launch with the help of an extremely talented group of engineers. Alas, all good things must come to an end. As of December 31, 2020 I have resigned my position as CTO of block.one.”

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