Charles Hoskinson is back and lives after 7 days of CoinQuora treatment


Charles Hoskinson is back and lives after 7 days of treatment

  • Charles Hoskinson is back and will live on medication.
  • During the live broadcast, he answered a few questions.
  • Hoskinson discusses network design with a consensus layer.

After seven days of sitting in silence, Charles Hoskinson is back and going to live in the hot and sunny Colorado. Additionally, Charles answered a few questions from his followers during his live broadcast. In addition, it shares profound changes, improved cognition, concentration and abilities.

During his show, a subscriber asked Charles, how is the full P2P road going? He has answered:

Absolutely awesome, I am very happy that we wrote two blog posts and there is a lot of good progress.

In addition, Charles Hoskinson thanks all of the participating pool operators who helped the company test it. He added,

You have to be very careful with network changes, this is one of the few things that …

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