AEthernity dev quits, and threats to attack them if he doesn't get paid

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This is a great example of one of the problems of blockchain-based projects: even the most successful ones are developed by few people. Funnily enough, ideas are being decentralized, but they are developed by teams more centralized than ever.

In this case, one of the devs of AEthernity quits after having problems with the CEO, and he even threats to sell attack vectors to profit from the knowledge of the project (!!!).

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