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Buterin is donating 3,000 of ETH engineers full time on Ethereum 2.0 work

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Ethereum: Buterin gives can work for 300,000 USD in the ETH engineers full time on Ethereum 2.0

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Marcel Knobloch –
20.12.2018

Even though Ethereum is not part of currencies this year, the best performers among the Crypto, the project has developed still further. Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin has donated to selected engineers of Ether, so that they can concentrate full-time on the study of the scaling solutions for the network.

The founder and the figurehead of Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin, has been donated to three projects a total of more than 3,000 of Ether in the value of over 300,000 USD, so that you can deal fully with the development of Ethereum 2.0. One of the projects Prysmatic Labs, chain safe system and Sigma Prime.

Prysmatic Labs working with high pressure on the development of Sharding client for Ethereum 2.0, whereas Sigma Prime on a Ethereum 2.0 Client with the Name of the Lighthouse works. Chain safe focuses on holistic research and development of the project 2.0. The discussion sparked a heated debate between Ryan Sean Adams, criticised on Twitter by a statement by Fred Wilson, a co-founder of Union Square Ventures, the lack of leadership and the non-occurring progress in the area of scaling. Preston Van Loon of Prysmatic Labs, continues to work full-time at Google, had complained that his Team can’t drive due to a lack of financial resources solely to the research of Ethereum. Buterin reported short-hand-word and donated in the same breath, 1.000 ETH:

Paul Hauer, co-founder of Sigma Prime, got next, an ETH-donation of Buterin. Hauner assured that its developers could achieve with just a small budget, a lot of progress. Developer could be spun off from the University to work full time on Ethereum. The third donation went to chain safe, the project Manager, tweeted Mikerah (freely translated):

I will literally get out, if we get $ 100,000 ETH.

Mikeraah Quintyne Collins, head of the project at chain safe, plant after the donation of Vitalik, the University of Toronto to leave and to concentrate fully on the development of Ethereum 2.0. He was also awarded with 1.000 ETH:

The falling prices have led many projects, such as Consensys, or spank chain jobs, jobs had to be dismantled in a row. In spite of the price slide, the interest in the further development of the Blockchain rose steadily.

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