- Brendan Blumer shared his speculation on the effects of the recently proposed EOS Worker Proposal System on the EOS Blockchain network.
- Brendan shared that he is a very enthusiastic investor in Blockchain projects and related developments.
- He cautioned that the WPS system might alienate the EOS network from others in the Blockchain community and media.
The CEO of Block.one, Brendan Blumer shared his speculation on the effects of the recently proposed EOS Worker Proposal System on the EOS Blockchain network, and also he appreciated the work both EOS ecosystem and Attic Labs have put together in advancing the EOS Ecosystem.
While I greatly appreciate and applaud the work and thought that @EOS_Nation and @atticlab_it put into ways of potentially advancing the #EOS ecosystem, I am personally concerned of the effects the recently proposed EOS Worker Proposal System may have on the network.
— Brendan Blumer (@BrendanBlumer) March 15, 2020
Brendan shared that he is a very enthusiastic investor in Blockchain projects and related developments. He likes how specific models can outcompete legacy models, but he believes without sustainability, enforcement capability, and measurable returns, it would be a lousy prognosis.
He cautioned that the WPS system might alienate the EOS network from others in the Blockchain community and media and largely putting a stake on the future of the EOS network.
EOS was developed as a smart contract and distributed ledger system, the EOS protocol surpasses most of the computing of the network hardware of computer including CPU and Graphic Processing Unit.
The network was originally designed and deployed as industry effective and large scale decentralized applications based on the decentralized autonomous corporation model.
The EOS software supplies accounts, authentication, databases, asynchronous communication, and the scheduling of applications across multiple CPU cores and/or clusters.
Brendan Blumer is an avid investor in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency projects and converted into the full-time profession in the Blockchain sector in early 2016. It was the same year when he co-founded Block.one with his partner Dan Larimer.
Brendon Blumer previously founded okay.com, which is a distributed large scale digital property agency focused in Hong Kong and other Asia pacific Sectors. He has a total net worth of $700 Million, all due to his brainchild development of three individual projects.
He started his interest in technology by developing a gaming protocol called Gamecliff, which automates the valuation, purchase, and resale of in-game components in the leading game distributions and companies.