The legal leader at Big Four auditor PwC, Gunther Dobrauz, recently praised the people responsible for Cardano's development.
He added that the Cardano Foundation and the team surrounding IOHK CEO and founder Charles Hoskinson "Are a huge part of this" future.
IOHK is the blockchain firm behind Cardano and Ethereum Classic.
A tweet sent shortly afterward by Hoskinson reveals that he met Dobrauz during his visit to PwC's London headquarters.
"I have followed the work of the Cardano team and indeed the Cardano ecosystem more or less from the beginning and personally believe that they are doing an amazing job and enjoy every opportunity to exchange with and learn from them. The same is true for some other projects out there."
This is not the first example of contact between PwC and Cardano.
In a late January YouTube livestream, Hoskinson said that PwC will drive a Cardano commercialization strategy.
Hoskinson said that Emurgo, an entity tasked with driving Cardano adoption, IOHK and Cardano foundation are working to unify their Cardano commercialization strategy and PwC acts as a moderator in this effort.
PwC has shown interest in the broader blockchain and cryptocurrency landscape multiple times in the past.
PwC said at the time that it hoped that with ChainSecurity's team the firm will become "The world's leader in smart contract auditing."
PwC Legal Leader: Cardano is a 'Huge Part' of the Decentralized Future
pubblicato su Mar 4, 2020
by Cointele | pubblicato su Coinage
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