Mysterious staking solution author for ETH 2.0 claims he’s not looking for glory

An anonymous blockchain industry participant by the name of Heyheeyheeey recently dropped a staking solution for Ethereum 2.0 (ETH 2.0) at Medium in a similar way to Satoshi. The pseudonymous character did not do so for the sake of fame, according to his recent comments to Cointelegraph.

„The only thing I’d like to clarify is that I didn’t get paid, but I didn’t want to get paid either,“ heyheeyheeey told Cointelegraph staff in a message. „To me it’s a piece of wallet,“ they said, adding, „Unsolicited designs are very common in UX/UI design.

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The solution aims to improve scaling

With the public awaiting the release of Ethereum 2.0, a highly anticipated scalability network upgrade that marks the beginning of a participation testing consensus, heyheeyheeey published its own scalability solution for the upgrade in a Medium article. Built on a wallet called Argent, the solution aims for speed and simplicity.

Heyheeyheeey explained:

„Argent is at the top of his game, and I’m sure they’re really interested in helping the adoption of staking one way or another. I hope my design will inspire other wallets, or community players to get involved and create staking options that are more accessible to the everyday user.
„The Ethereum’s open source design community isn’t very big yet, but I’m sure it’s coming,“ they added.

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The author keeps a low profile

At the time of publication, heyheeyheeey’s Medium profile has 103 modest followers, showing only one post. The profile has gained 86 followers since the release of the staking solution for ETH 2.0.

„I try to maintain an anonymous online presence. I feel better that way,“ said heyheeyheeey. „This depth is the first time I’ve contributed to a project, but I’ve been a member of the community for five years.

The aspect of anonymity in general dates back to the beginning of Etoro in 2008, when Bitcoin’s anonymous creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, released the asset framework several months before its launch.