Ethereum Founder with Suspected Coronavirus

Cointral Marketing Manager
Ethereum Founder with Suspected Coronavirus

The coronavirus epidemic has shown its global impact immensely. While bans were applied one by one in many countries and cities, it also deeply affected the crypto money sector. It is claimed that Vitalik Buterin, the founder of Ethereum, was suffering from coronavirus (Covid-19).

In the cryptocurrency sector, the claim that Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin may have got coronavirus has been raised recently. The epidemic is growing day by day in Asia and especially in Europe. The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that the new center of the epidemic is Europe.

The news that shook the industry came from Paris. The coronavirus test was positive in 7 people who attended the EthCC conference held in Paris between 3-5 March, including Vitalik Buterin among the participants.

One of the first news about this topic came from the founder of Torus Labs, Zhen Yu Yong, who attended the event. Yong, who announced that he was getting ill with coronavirus in a statement on March 11, announced that he may have got the virus in one of the meetings.

8 people were tested positive

After that, a document was created in which the symptoms and disease conditions of the people participating in the event in the Ethereum community were tracked online. The document includes test results of the participants of the event and characteristics of the symptoms.

Looking at the information about the symptoms, Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin noted the height of the fever on March 6. However, there is no information about Buterin’s current health status or whether he has tested positive.

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