Former Block.one CTO Dan Larimer returns to EOS with a plan to revive the project

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2022-01-22 21:03:24

The EOS community is slowly being established to control the technical development of the underlying blockchain. More specifically, former Block.one CTO Dan Larimer, has returned to EOS.

Former Block.one CTO Dan Larimer returns to EOS with a plan to revive the project

The EOS community will operate under the guidance of the EOS Network Foundation (ENF) and Dan Larimer. This development entails troubles between ENF and Block.one that have been going on for quite a while. But with the company unprofitable and ENF dominating, Larimar has big plans for the EOS ecosystem.

Dan Larimer will work towards creating technical independence from Block.one. To that end, the founder of the EOS network has partnered with the ClarionOS team on the Mandel codebase, which aims to replace the old EOS code repository.

In short, Larimer and his team will be moving the EOSIO codebase into a new repository called Mandel. Initially, there will be two major upgrades, Mandel 2.3, the natural successor to EOSIO 2.2, and Mandel 3.0. The announcement also mentions that Mandel 3.0 will be released on January 31st, made possible after Larimar received 200,000 EOS funds from ENF.

Larimar asserts that the Mandel fork is the shortest path to EOS independence. While revealing this is just one step in a multi-year plan to strengthen EOS.

“I am delighted to be partnering with ENF and I have never been more optimistic about the future vision of EOS. The platform is on the way to becoming a DAO of DAOs, where new users will not have to pay for the account and they will be rewarded for contributing to the project.”

Last year, Block.one was blamed for project abandonment and ineffective management. The relationship between the community and Block.one has become very tense. The EOS community alleges that the company has done nothing in the past to increase the growth of the ecosystem.

Although Block.one has launched a social media platform called Voice, the truth is that Voice does not run on EOSIO and has largely become an NFT platform. The same case continues with the Bullish exchange, which has just received a $7.5 million investment from SoftBank, which also has little to do with the EOS blockchain. Even EOS Foundation CEO Yves La Rose had to say that Block.one should “let go” of EOS.

– See more: EOS Foundation CEO declares EOS a flop – Community save the project

Things took a turn for the worse after the creators of the EOSIO software announced that they were transferring 45 million EOS to the Helios fund. After countless speculations and negotiations between the EOS Network Foundation (ENF) and Block.one, the community, led by ENF leader Yves La Rose and other block producers, has decided to halt the payment of 250 million USD EOS for Block.one. Thereafter, ENF received approximately 21 million USD directly from the community, marking a new era for the project as the developer took over the EOS network.

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