The launch of the OpenLibra project was originally announced at Ethereum's DevCon conference in Japan. Shortly after the announcement, Twitter user Andrew Lee pointed out the controversial activities of the co-founder of the project.
Andrew stated that OpenLibra co-founder Lucas Geiger was involved in an ICO conducted by Wireline.io. In particular, Geiger is also a co-founder of WireLine.io.
Andrew Lee is the founder of Web3Journal. According to Andrew's tweet, he and several of his partners invested a million dollars in Wireline's ICO in 2018, after which the project fell silent and stopped responding to investors' requests.
Andrew also posted photos on the netnumerous appeals to Geiger, to which he never answered. The reports said that the Wireline token was supposed to be issued in the second quarter of 2018, but this did not happen.
Andrew also noted that since Lucas pays great attention to the open source code for the OpenLibra project, he should be more open about his role in the Wireline ICO.
OpenLibra Token Declared DecentralizedFacebook’s version of the Libra project, which will provide users with an alternative to a centralized project. The company has already released the first version of a Libra-based virtual machine called MoveMint.
According to the materials bitcoinwarrior.net