NYZO.io is withdrawing its support for the original NYZO GitHub Repo and is replacing all links and scripts with the community managed Open-NYZO Repo effective immediately.
Recently published data has shown that the current cycle integrity and diversity is in question and a single entity (or small group of entities) is in control of a major part of the cycle. This info was shared with the core developers of NYZO, who verified and acknowledged the existence of this cluster, while not acknowledging any issue associated with a cluster controlling a majority of the cycle.
Read more about that issue here, here and here.
NYZO was always about a fair and democratic system, striving for the most possible decentralized and diverse blockchain. While we always supported the core devs, recognize and greatly appreciate their contribution, selflessness and work, we feel like their view of a “fair and democratic” system doesn’t align with our values anymore.
This is also a step toward the NYZO community getting more autonomy, something the core devs insisted on multiple times in the past.