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Vitalik Buterin

The founder of Ethereum network is confused. Vitalik Buterin was invited by Google to collaborate on a crypto project.

In a Twitter post, Vitalik Buterin shared with his followers a picture of a recent mail received from the Google team. The latter proposed an exciting collaboration to the founder of the Ethereum network. In addition to the message from Google, Buterin has created a poll that asks the followers whether or not to consider the received offer.

The mail states: “I hope you are doing well and enjoying the weekend! Google make sense for you now or in the near future“. In the initial post, the founder forgot to mask the name of the recruiter, address, and image.

Over 2,000 followers have participated in Vitalik Buterin’s survey, of which 59% voted no, and 41% voted yes. After a few moments, the post was no longer available.

It would be incorrect to leave everything you’ve worked for so long just to collaborate individually with Google. Vitalik is described as the image of the Ethereum network and abandoning it would have a major impact on the platform’s future. Some say that the Twitter post was just a way to have fun on the received message.

This year, the founder of Ethereum network has successfully managed to improve the platform’s technological system, adding the proof-of-stake protocol, Casper, and Sharding. He was also present at numerous tech and financial events, thus promoting the adoption of cryptocurrencies.

We want to remind you that Google has forbidden crypto and ICO advertisements in its engine searches. Instead, after several days, it has been discovered that the company has been working for some time on its own blockchain-based project.

We can’t know whether Google really intended to hire Vitalik Buterin or not, considering that the company supports financially and not only blockchain-based platforms such as Ripple, LedgerX, and Veem.

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