A new cycle for the Aragon Association with Stefano Bernardi as its Executive Director.
Earlier this year, I voluntarily resigned as the Project Lead of Aragon.
It doesn't make sense for a decentralized project to have a leader.
That left a void in the Aragon Association, the legal entity that oversees the project. It has a key role, funding the Aragon ecosystem and its expansion. It runs Flock and Nest, organizes AraCon and manages the Aragon treasury.
Although the plan is to transition power to the Aragon Network, getting there will take time and effort.
This is the first time in history that a project decentralizes itself. Aragon needs the utmost care in this very important moment of its infancy.
For that reason, Jorge and me started looking for someone to run the Aragon Association. It isn't easy to let go of your baby and give such an important role to someone else.
We started looking for a community member, who was more experienced than us in all the areas relevant to the Association.
That search ended, and ended well.
Today, we couldn't be happier to be welcoming Stefano Bernardi as the Executive Director of the Aragon Association.
Stefano wrote a great blog post about his motivations for joining the project, which I deeply recommend you read.
— Stefano Bernardi 🤙 (@stefanobernardi) November 28, 2018
And today, I hope all the Aragon community gives the warmest of welcomes to Stefano!