Cardano Foundation’s New CEO Will Prioritize The Platform’s Longevity And Kill The “Trust Gap”
Cardano continues to make headlines these days due to all kinds of achievements, but also to the bold plans that the team has for the future.
Cardano has recently celebrated the third anniversary of the mainnet launch. Cointelegraph discussed the plans with the Cardano Foundation’s incoming CEO, Frederik Gregaard.
Cardano will focus on longevity and eliminating the “trust gap”
Just in case you did not know this, Gregaard has not yet officially assumed the post of CEO, but he assured the online publication mentioned above that he would take on this new role sometime before Nov. 1, though he did not yet know the exact date.
“Currently, he is finishing his tenure at PwC, where he heads digital financial services for the multinational network. Gregaard believes that there is a natural sense of prejudice against open-source public blockchains, which he refers to as a “trust gap.”,” according to Cointelegraph.
The Cardano Foundation also posted a tweet about this exciting interview:
Longevity is critical for any technology, especially #blockchain that has so much opportunity for growth. Learn more on this & the @CardanoStiftung new CEO @F_Gregaard insights from his interview with @cointelegraph https://t.co/2KUSYQgETT
— Cardano Foundation (@CardanoStiftung) September 29, 2020
It seems that one of the most important missions of the projects is to kill the “trust gap”:
“When you have an open project like this one, to convey this certainty to the larger corporations that we are going to be around in the next 10 to 20, 30 years,” he said.
He continued and said, “So you can build on us also for the long term, that we are sound both in terms of finances, but also in terms of team and people.”
We recommend that you check out Cointelegraph’s original article in order to learn more about what he had to say.
The Cardano community continues to offer maximum support to all the projects.
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