In accordance with a plan announced on Feb. 28, 2022, Amrit Kumar, one of the key figureheads of Zilliqa (ZIL), stepped down from all of his posts in the company.
Amrit Kumar leaves Zilliqa
Mr. Kumar has taken to Twitter to share his last publication as Zilliqa's president. He confirmed that he does not work for the project any longer.
It's my last day at Zilliqa. Have been receiving DMs regarding staking, PIL liquidity in ZILSwap, etc. Responded to many of those, but would appreciate if you could redirect such questions to @convoluted_code moving forward.— Amrit Kumar (@maqstik) May 20, 2022
Good luck to you and to me for my next adventure!
He also recommended that Zilliqa's enthusiasts send all questions and proposals to Zilliqa CEO Ben Livshits, Ph.D., who is also head of Zilliqa Research, the R&D arm of the platform.
His step-by-step resignation was announced in late February 2022, together with the updated roadmap for Q1-Q2, 2022. The roadmap also unveiled plans for advanced visibility, NFT integrations and reconsidered investing channels.
On major spot exchanges, the price of Zilliqa's core asset, ZIL, sits at $0.05305, up 13% in the last 24 hours.
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