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More than half of the members of Switzerland’s Crypto Valley Association (CVA) board have announced their decision to step down in January. The news comes after reports about governance issues and allegations of conflicts of interest in the leadership of the growing organization.
Four CVA Board Members to Step Down
In a joint statement sent to CVA members, the board’s president Oliver Bussmann and three other members – vice-president Vasiliy Suvorov, the board’s secretary and treasurer René Hüssler, and Nicolas Schobinger – announced they will not be standing for re-election next month, Swissinfo reported. All of them have been in the governing body since the establishment of the association in January of last year. The statement reads:
Controversy struck Block.one, the startup behind the EOS blockchain ecosystem, last week after reports came out showing potential vote manipulation by the EOS block producers (BPs), an elected group that drives the blockchain’s delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) consensus model. The allegations came from local sources in China, claiming that Huobi Global, along with several other BPs, mutually vote for each other […]
Investors are looking forward to Decred’s new approach to blockchain governance – in part, because its devs are opening up $ 20 million in tokens.
On the latest episode of Distributed Dialogues, Dave and Rick from the Let’s Talk Bitcoin Network host interviews on the risks and rewards of government interference in the cryptocurrency space.
The first guest, John Collins, got his start in government on the Senate Committee of Homeland Security, and quickly moved to working with Coinbase after he first heard about Bitcoin in 2013.
Since then, he’s tried to bridge the worlds of policy and cryptocurrency. Collins discusses the ways in which he has worked to make the government see regulation as a chance to nurture growing industries. He also works as a fellow at the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard to make the relevant information as free and accessible to agents of business and government as possible.
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