You might want to read this, this and this on Reddit. With twelve people on the team it turns out that the project has only one developer, who is unhappy with the team’s approach to the crowdsale.

Actually, even that is technically incorrect. According to what Zack Hess says on Reddit, Æternity has no developers at all, they just took Zack’s technology and offered him some tokens in exchange of putting his name on their web-site. I’ll say that again. They offered tokens that are not even liquid yet to the developer of technology while raising millions of dollars for themselves. How funny is that?

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