The number of people caught in coronavirus is growing at the Ethereum conference. Six more coronaviruses were detected in the Ethereum conference EthCC held in Paris at the beginning of March. The first case appeared on Wednesday.
Coronary virus was diagnosed in 7 of the participants of the Ethereum Community Community Conference (EthCC) held in Paris, France, between 3-5 March.
As we reported earlier, the first case arose on Wednesday. Zhen Yu Yong, co-founder of TorusLabs, who provides decentralized membership login services, announced that he was caught coronavirus from his Twitter account, and called on those who were in close contact with him to take extra measures and test.
7 people attending the conference were identified
Coronavirus was also detected in some people who had a test upon this call. As of March 15, the number of cases participating in this conference was 7. In addition to the co-founder of TorusLabs, independent developer Afri Shoedon, ERC-777 token standard writer Jacques Dafflon, Gnosis PM’s Marco, Atpar.io’s Johannes Pfeffer, and investment banker Werner Jacob, and another unidentified coronavirus.
Vitalik Buterin and Joseph Lubin, co-founders of Ethereum, were also among the speakers of the conference.
Finally, the outbreak has resulted in the cancellation or postponement of many previously planned cryptocurrencies and Blockchain conferences worldwide. Istanbul Blockchain Week and IstanBlock 2020 conference, which will be held in Istanbul in April, have been postponed to a later date due to the coronavirus outbreak.