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Factom to upgrade and change into Accumulate Network
I have spent time talking through what this new way forward would look like, from a technical, business, and social perspective. I am absolutely convinced that this is what Factom needs to do. It's not only that there is no other way forward, but that this is in fact a good way forward I believe.

I am grateful that Inveniam was willing to really integrate with what exists of the Factom Protocol, and from what I have seen, I believe Paul Snow has done as good a job as he possibly could bridging the gap between the Factom Protocol and what will become Accumulate and making sure the interests of both Inveniam and Factom are alligned.

So I support this direction forward, and I'm curious to see where it goes from here.
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