The Path to a Truly Decentralized EOS Blockchain.
Evolution prevents Block Producers from self voting and controlling how much they earn. Further stopping unneeded hyperinflation of the token supply.
Preventing the pooling of votes by large stake holders and increasing the number of Block Producers from 21. This approach prevents large investors from centralizing the ecosystem.
Casey is an experienced software engineer with deep knowledge in the core EOS framework of WebAssembly. Prior to Evolution he supported the WebAssembly SocketMiner toolset for webmasters.LinkedIn
Todd is an avid open-software advocate and developer with a strong emphasis on governance and decentralization standards.LinkedIn
Since 2014 Peter has specialized in cryptocurrencies and various C++ initiatives. Prior to supporting the Evolution project, Peter maintained the SocketMiner WebAssembly toolset.
Ryan studied computer science in Hong Kong and became very passionate about the potential of fair and decentralized networks.
Sangmin leads Evolution's community efforts across the globe and manages Evolution related social platforms. His goal is to educate people of the benefits of DPoS and bring forth community initiatives for Evolution.
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