Charles Hoskinson, Co-Founder of Ethereum and CEO of Cardano, Joins Endor
Endor is a predictive analytics firm that was originally established in 2014. They have claimed to be the first of its kind, specifically in the field of business decision making, due to the platform’s support from blockchain technology and artificial intelligence.
In the spring last year, the platform ended up bringing in $45 million as a result of token pre-sales. However, one of the more recent changes to reach Endor is the onboarding of Charles Hoskinson.
Hoskinson is most well known for his presence in the cryptocurrency community as the CEO of Cardano (ADA) and for co-founding Ethereum. Endor announced the addition of Hoskinson on February 4th. Hoskinson will serve as a senior advisor, according to the announcement, and will offer help to the company in the crypto industry, decentralization, and blockchain technology.
Though there appears to be a new project in the works that Hoskinson will head up, additional details have not yet been made available.
In speaking about the addition of Hoskinson, CEO and co-founder of Endor Yaniv Altshuler noted that Hoskinson has plenty of expertise available to their platform through his time with both Ethereum and Cardano. He also spoke about the way that Hoskinson will be involved with additional projects.
Hoskinson has said before that the crypto market could need about 11 years to return to the substantial highs that the market met in the past, though the industry is expected to be a
“dramatically different ecosystem at that point.”
He projected a market full of “millions, perhaps even billions” of users. Still, he pointed out that this plan would not come to fruition without involvement from institutional investors as well.
The remarks made by Hoskinson recently were similar to the remarks he made in June last year, saying that the influx of these types of investors would end up bringing
“tens of trillions of dollars.”
A commenter on the post posed a question about what the crypto community is creating with their developments, and Hoskinson mysteriously replied,
“[A]n entirely new world.”