GameStop Corp. ‘s Matt Finestone, who led the blockchain team there, has resigned from the organization.
According to his official Twitter account, he will continue to devote himself to the Ethereum ecosystem and will move closer to protocol/infrastructure development. Matt Finestone’s blockchain team has grown from zero to dozens since joining GameStop in April 2021.
Creating a blockchain department at a large corporation is a difficult endeavor, according to Matt Finestone, who brings together a lot of skill and enthusiasm from all corners and levels of the firm.
Finestone expressed his gratitude to the company by expressing his appreciation for his company and successes throughout his one and a half years at the company, saying that the company will assist them gain greater possibilities. He did not say where he was going, but he did say he will continue to contribute to the blockchain sector.
GameStop, the world’s largest video game retailer headquartered in Texas, announced earlier this month that it has struck a cooperation agreement with FTX US (“FTX”) to become FTX’s preferred retail partner in the United States.
The video game retailer released a digital asset wallet for transferring, receiving, and storing cryptocurrencies and NFTs at the end of May.
In the midst of the crypto market’s fall, video game retailer GameStop Corp announced Monday the launch of a public beta version of a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace.