Top manager left Tezos

Guido Schmitz-Krummacher, member of the Board of Directors of the Tezos Foundation resigned because he was frustrated by the infighting
15 December 2017   4792

Member of the Board of Directors of the Tezos Foundation Guido Schmitz-Krummacher resigned. This decision was made against the backdrop of a conflict between the founders of the project, Cryptomarkets. pro reports.

According to the publication, Schmitz-Krummacher left the organization, because he was tired of the strife between the couple Arthur and Kathleen Breitman and the president of the Swiss fund Johann Gevers. In accordance with the internal charter, Gevers can now nominate a candidate to fill the vacated position, and the decisive vote remains for him if the third member of the council protests.

Note that the company headed by Breitmans from the US state of Delaware currently owns the source code of the Tezos crypto currency project, while under the management of the Swiss fund Tezos Foundation there are all funds raised during the ICO - about $ 232 million.

Meanwhile, three collective lawsuits have been filed against the founders of Tezos in the United States. Spouses are suspected of violating the securities laws and deceiving the participants in the crowd-banding campaign.

In particular, Breitmans are accused of fraudulent sales of Tezzies tokens under the guise of charitable contributions and the misappropriation of "tens of millions of dollars." Previously, they intended to cover legal costs at the expense of investors, but were refused.

Breitmans both have active Twitter accounts.

Last own Kathleen Twitter post is regarding "cheesy Christmas gift".

Arthur posted the developer's diary update. It is worth noting that there were no posts related to lawsuits in their Twitter accounts earlier. 

Binance to Conduct Unplanned BTT Airdrop

"One tester inadvertently clicked an airdrop button for BTT" as head of the exchnage reported
20 February 2019   101

Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange, inadvertently implemented BitTorrent airdrop. Because of this, the wallets of some users of the trading platform were replenished with BTT tokens.

While doing testing for Fetch.ai , one tester inadvertently clicked an airdrop button for BTT, giving some BTT launchpad buyers extra BTT tokens. We are resolving the issue now. No other people are affected.
 

Changpeng Zhap

CEO, Binance

One commentator joked that getting some extra tokens is not a problem at all. The head of Binance answered him that this question is now being resolved and, most importantly, all means are safe. Another Twitter commentator joked that he inadvertently pressed the Sell button and sold BTT tokens very cheaply. 

Also today, Changpeng Zhao reminded that only one day remained before the launch of the test network of the decentralized Binance DEX exchange.