Dear PeerPlays Community,
The last two years have been an amazing time for the Peerplays project. I have been involved both as Director of PBSA and through Blockchain Projects BV’s contract work on the development of the Bookie Oracle Software (BOS).
The development of BookiePro has been an interesting technical challenge consisting of many moving parts. Being part of the broader team that worked so well together to deliver a unique on-chain betting exchange was an experience that I would not want to have missed.
Those that have worked closely with me will know that I am a tech-focused person who most enjoys tackling and finding solutions to technical challenges. Making money has never been, and never will be, the driving force behind what I do. This is why I (and Justin Fondriest) have devoted considerable time as unpaid directors of PBSA. In the initial stages of PBSA’s life, I enjoyed the time when my advice was appreciated, the internal atmosphere was excellent, and we all worked together to build up PBSA. The roadmap for PBSA and Peerplays was one that I could support with a clear conscience.
However, over the last few months, the atmosphere and intent within PBSA’s Board of Directors has changed. My general input, request for improved governance procedures, and demands for transparency have not been met with the attention, honesty, and integrity required for me to stay comfortable in my role as Director of the PBSA. Furthermore, recent changes to the composition of PBSA’s Board of Directors, its membership structures, and its general roadmap mean that PBSA’s direction no longer aligns with my values.
I therefore resign from my position as Director of PBSA, effective immediately.