The former CTO of SushiSwap wrote a brief reflection on the failure of blockchain DEX leadership

On Friday, former Decentralized Exchange (DEX, SushiSwap) Chief Technology Officer Joseph Delong (Joseph Delong) published a brief review of his experience during his tenure.

Delong unilaterally resigned two days ago, The internal structure of the reference is chaotic Among the developers behind the popular DEX. In explaining his decision, DeLonghi outlined the inability to expand operations, lack of organizational skills, problematic contributors, and poor communication as the main reasons. Among Twitter and blockchain celebrities, Deron has received the most praise for publicly showing his experience and learning from his mistakes.

According to DeLonghi, when the developers he managed started to experience problems, he did not notify the Sushi community, nor did he interact with users enough to establish a rapport for the project. In addition, Delong talked about using his personal Twitter presence to share his feelings about the development of SushiSwap. This is a polarizing decision of the SushiSwap community. Some users praised him for expressing his feelings truthfully, while others said that the move was unprofessional or did not consider stakeholders.

Before serving as CTO of SushiSwap, Delong was a senior software engineer at ConsenSys.Partly due to his leadership, SushiSwap has grown into The 13th largest DEX by transaction volume. However, the agreement also faces Share of frustration.

In summing up experience, Delong said:

I think the imperfect birth of Sushi has caused additional problems. In my next project, I will be able to build an organization to authorize contributors. Thank you for letting me lead Sushi through this time and wish Sushi good luck.