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While every cryptocurrency and blockchain project is a little different from every other, overall, many projects face the same challenges. Navigating in an industry that is just beginning to create its own rules and legal guidelines can be incredibly challenging, and assembling a team capable of meeting and overcoming these requirements has proven to be something of both an art and a science. Some members of our team come from rigorous corporate backgrounds, some are naturally inclined to fill their roles based upon their innate skills, and some are honing their own skills as part of a never ending learning process. It is this mix of talents, mindsets, approaches, and ideation that makes for the productive, brainstorming, and bubbling productivity that our project is known for; and we have always done our best to work within group consensus, agreement, and positive discussion. Melding together all of these personalities and abilities is a constant challenge. But the Reddcoin project is bigger than any one member of the team, and it is our goal as an executive team to help move the project and its work forward while maintaining our stated values of openness, honesty, and transparency.
It is in that spirit that we are publishing this update.
ReddID (and Reddcoin itself) has been a work in progress for 5 years, since January 2014, as you may or may not know. Once envisioned and subsequently abandoned by the founding team, John Nash & I, along with other immensely talented team members have done our best to see that promise through to completion. We have been working our hardest for years, and even more so this past year, to get and keep this project on track and to fulfill its promise to the community, even in the face of uncertainty and market ...
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