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Cardano and Ethereum Co-Founder Charles Hoskinson Joins Predictive Analytics Firm


Cardano and Ethereum Co-Founder Charles Hoskinson Joins Predictive Analytics Firm

Charles Hoskinson, CEO of Cardano (ADA) and Ethereum (ETH) co-founder has recently joined predictive analytics firm Endor. This was announced in a press release by the company.

Endor was established in 2014, and it claims to be the first automated predictions engine in the field of business decision-making using blockchain technology and artificial intelligence (AI)-powered analytical platform. Last spring, Endor reportedly raised $45 million in a token pre-sale for its predictive analytics technology.

Endor said it has has onboarded Hoskinson as a senior advisor, and he is tasked with providing guidance and counsel in respect to the cryptocurrency industry, decentralization, and blockchain strategy. Hoskinson will as well lead a new strategic project, which is yet to be revealed.

In the press release, Endor’s CEO and co-founder Yaniv Altshuler highlighted Hoskinson’s expertise derived from his work on decentralized public blockchain and cryptocurrency project Cardano and Ethereum. Altshuler also outlined Hoskinson’s involvement in upcoming projects.

Just of recent, Hoskinson stated that digital currency markets might need 11 years to regain 2017’s price highs, while the industry will be a “dramatically different ecosystem at that point.” Hoskinson said that the industry will have “millions, perhaps even billion” of users, also stressing that one of the key points for the evolution of cryptocurrencies is to attract institutional investors.

Hoskinson’s recent statement echoes those he made on Twitter in June, claiming that the entry of Wall Street into the crypto sector will bring in “tens of trillions of dollars.” When asked by a commentator what exactly the cryptocurrency community is building, Hoskinson answered “an entirely new world.”

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