Afri Schoeden, director of release of infraity blockchain company, Parity Technologies, has left all Ethereum projects after a controversial tweet that stimulated enthusiasm in social media. Mathew spoke to BreakerMag of the blockchain media on Thursday, February 21st.
In his tweet, Schoeden criticized Serenity, also known as "Ethereum 2.0" – a final update for the Ethereum network that leads its main network to possession consensus test algorithm (PoS). The tweet, which has been deleted since then, has allegedly as follows:
"Polkadot offers what Serenity should be …"
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Polkadot is the next Parity protocol designed to connect different block chains. Schoedon said at BreakerMag "that he will no longer work on Ethereum-related projects", but will continue with Parity. He explained the meaning of the recent tweet:
"Polkadot is not a direct Ethereum competitor and chains like Ethereum is always an integral part of Polkadot's vision." My tweet was not the focus of Polkadot than the competition, but Serenity, which in my eyes has gone too slowly, And I'm afraid that it will not matter when we get there, there were no people understands it, and it's just my fault that I can not get the message right. "
Schoeden also believes that the Ethereum community needs to find some shared values and goals:
"I'm also scared Preethi [Kasireddy] It was fine last year when he said we might have to talk about values (yet) to find out what the community represents. "
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After the controversial tweet, the users immediately accused the developer of "piracy", together with Ethereum "sabotage" within and with conflicts of interest. Sachein later explained that the discussions forced him to leave Ethereum:
"I did not leave social media, I left Ethereum, I did not stay in the dark, I left the community, I no longer co-ordinate strong bifurcations, construction test networks, or Contributing in a different way, I did not work in Polkadot, I never worked in Ethereum, I did not hate Ethereum, I love it. "
He arrived before releasing Ethereum 2.0 in February. Constantinople, an Ethereum network update, which includes separate Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIPs) to smooth the change of current work test (PoW) to PoS – has & # 39 ; to arrange for February 27.
Constantinople was facing its first delay in October 2018 due to a consensus problem found in the Ropsten test network. In January, the intelligent contract audit company, ChainSecurit, was found to be vulnerable in the fork in Constantinople. The crucial issue, which could have allowed re-entry attacks by using specific orders in smart Ethereum contracts, would cause further delays.
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Andreas Kristof's chain chain entrepreneur came to me insinuate Schoeden is directly responsible for the delay of Serenity.