(BlockBar) Grin technocratic council said in an announcement, “As some have already noticed, lgno has not been very active over the past few weeks. He recently communicated to us in the council that he needs to be away from the project for a while for personal reasons. We do not have further details on his situation or a timeline for his return, but we anticipate he will be absent for at least a few months, possibly more. As Grin is open source and not reliant on any single person or group in order to progress, our work continues uninterrupted in his absence.
In his message to the council members, lgno stated that Grin was tin the best hands possible”. This was directed to the community as a whole. We have a long road ahead with much to be done. We individuals in the current council are as committed as ever to doing our part, putting in our best work, and moving Grin forward in the spirit in which Igno started this project. We look forward to lgno’s return, and, as always, invite you to join us and help us in making Grin the best it can be.”
It is reported that Ignotus Peverell has contributed the first line of code to Grin since October 2016. So far, Ignotus Peverell has contributed the most and is regarded as a leader of the Grin project. The real identity behind the alias “Ignotus Peverell” is still a mystery until now. As the founder and chief developer of Grin, Ignotus Peverell chose the most difficult way to develop Grin project. It did not raise funds nor collect founder block awards.
However, because of the economic rule set by Ignotus Peverell to produce 60 Grin coins per minute without reducing production, Grin is considered by many to be infinite and worthless. Ignotus Peverell once explained this question: “If you want to make constructive criticisms, at least give some decent ideas about this post. It doesn’t count to repeat what you read on Reddit.
This is very much like the reply that Satoshi Nakamoto left about the query of why he set up a 10-minute block time in response to BM’s. “If you don’t understand me, then I don’t have time to convince you.” Peverell seems to leave silently, just like Nakamoto did when he posted “I’m starting something else” however, his leave will undoubtedly be a great loss for Grin project, but it seems to be helpful for the de-centralization of the project.
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