LiskHQ encourages the community to un-vote Elite member Luukas
In a recent announcement Lindsay Buescher, Marketing Manager at LiskHQ, alerted the community that Luukas, an active delegate and member of the Chinese Lisk Elite Group, has been offline and for more than 7 days.
Nobody has updated information about Luukas and it is not known if this estrangement from Lisk ecosystem is temporary or permanent. For this reason LiskHQ highlighted the importance that each of the 101 delegates maintains secure the network and suggested to move him out of the active delegates.
Luukas is still in position 101, with about 18% of community approval, but just few votes below Alepop, a GDT member, is ready to forge. In the last week his voting stakes has been boosted by the incoming race to substitute Luukas, passing from about 16% to 17.8% and overtaking Liskpro.com.
This is the second turnover after Bitbanksy stopped his Lisk node an quitted its forging position.
Furthermore, few days ago a new delegate group, Bloqspace.io, appeared in Lisk chats with the proposal to work one on one with people, creating a hub for fostering blockchain adaptation, education, and philanthropy.
The latest resigns and the arrival of new competitors could shake the stability of the bottom forging delegates, that will probably reinforce their voting shares.
Update 1: Luukas is now in position 103 and its voters moved to Liskpro (now ranked 101), that overtook the GDT member Alepop.
Update 2: Luukas is no more an Elite member.
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