Microsoft Supports Ethereum Classic, Hosts Meetup with Charles Hoskinson

Microsoft Supports Ethereum Classic, Hosts Meetup with Charles Hoskinson

Microsoft, an American multinational technology corporation, recently hosted an Ethereum Classic meetup joined by original Ethereum founder Charles Hoskinson in its London headquarters. Hoskinson, who left the Ethereum foundation in 2014 before the pre-sale of ETH began, was pushed out of the organization after solidifying his stance on establishing the foundation as a non-profit entity. The Ethereum foundation however, decided to accept venture capital investment and pursue the path of a full profit company. “Concisely, we had a philosophical fight about whether to take VC money or not....


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