According to a recent blog post, the Ethereum Classic (ETC) Labs, a San Francisco-based incubator for Ethereum Classic (ETC) related projects, launched a new development team known as ETC Labs Core to not only build but also maintain core projects and create tools for Decentralized Application (DApp) developers.
In addition, the core developers will support other services related to the maintanace of the blockchain network including crypto mining. The ETC Labs Core team is composed of Constantine Kryvomaz, Michael Collison, Mike Lubinets, Shane Jonas, Stevan Lohja, and Zachary Belford, among several others.
According to the announcement on Medium, the team’s aim is geared towards the following development areas;
The ETC Labs Core team will work together with the organization that finances Ethereum developments, ETC Coop, the engineering firm that helps develop crypto-related projects for academic institutions, corporations and government entities, Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), ETC Labs and other Ethereum teams to put through all these changes.
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