The founder of Everipedia, Larry Sanger, recently expressed a negative opinion concerning the EOS blockchain and its centralisation. However, this doesn’t mean that the decentralised encyclopedia will use a different blockchain.
As a result, following Sanger’s tweet that made it look otherwise, here comes Everipedia’s denial, which has clarified and expressed its support for the EOS blockchain.
We want to officially clarify a few things recently:
No, we are not leaving EOS.
We are (and will continue to be) committed to building not just Everipedia's infrastructure but also new features and dapps on the EOS ecosystem.
— Everipedia (@Everipedia) August 23, 2019
As can be read in the tweet, Everipedia’s official position is to keep the project on the EOS mainnet, despite the governance problems.
The tweet goes on to explain that Everipedia will not leave EOS and that the company is also building an infrastructure for EOS dApps: in fact, only 2 weeks ago Everipedia announced that it had updated the platform, introducing important changes such as support for the Lynx wallet to store IQ tokens and vote or make proposals for making changes within Everipedia.