Kathleen Breitman: Tezos Will “Go Rogue” and Launch Soon

Tezos investors wondering when the beleaguered project will see the light of day have finally received news. At UCLA Blockchain Lab’s Cyber Days conference on Sunday, Kathleen Breitman promised to “go rogue” and press ahead with the platform launch. If the Tezos co-founder has her way, “tezzies” tokens will be available in a matter of weeks.

Tezos Founders Plot a Jail Break

Kathleen Breitman reveals her plans for Tezos.

The Tezos story is a tangled one involving lawsuits, broken promises, in-fighting and something about a “tote bag”. The long and short of it is that one of last year’s biggest ICOs has been hopelessly delayed, while the Tezos Foundation’s president has been accused of running a dictatorship. The affair has been a deeply embarrassing one for Arthur and Kathleen Breitman, who had been hailed as exemplary entrepreneurs after raising $232 million. Like their investors, they’re eager to get the project off the ground and put the bad times behind them.

At a UCLA conference on Sunday, Kathleen Breitman boldly declared:

We plan on releasing the token and going rogue in the next few weeks. We’re able to release the token on our own terms. For awhile I felt like I was being ‘gaslit,’ but then I unburdened myself of the morality of it. Things needed to move forward. It’s unfair, but we need to ship the code.


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