A few hours ago, the decentralized social network Voice published a post to announce the new director of mobile engineering, Hernan Arber, coming directly from the EOS community.
Moreover, the announcement explains that the platform will land on the EOS blockchain after the testing phase.
Please give a warm welcome to Hernan Arber, who joins the Voice team as Director of Mobile Engineering, leading our efforts to bring Voice to your mobile device. https://t.co/Nt5nXeLtLh
— Voice (@voicesocial_) April 9, 2020
It’s Arber himself who writes and shares the news, in which he talks about how now more than ever social media has become the main tool to keep up to date on the news, but unfortunately, besides the official ones, there are many fake news, such as those related to the recent Covid-19.
That’s why there is a need for a platform that eradicates the problem of fake accounts and tools like bots, which only pollute the authenticity of a platform.
In fact, Voice requires a KYC (Know Your Customer) procedure to register and post content, which allows identifying who is posting what immediately. Posts cannot be removed by the user and therefore this could act as a deterrent for all those who intend to commit crimes.
Interestingly, Hernan Arber was not chosen at random but he is the founder of EOS Israel, which is a DAC (Decentralized Autonomous Community) founded over 2 years ago to promote the EOS blockchain worldwide by bringing his experience to the service of the blockchain. Arber boasts over 10 years of experience as a mobile engineering company.
This is really important news because it shows how the best elements of the EOS community, who have worked hard to bring this blockchain forward, are becoming an active part of this project from the inside.
Recently, the EOS New York team joined Block.one.
Next month, Block.one itself will actively participate in the governance of the blockchain and, through their votes, will provide a point of reference for all those who still do not know whom to vote.