Unibot Project Parts Ways with Solana Amidst Naming Dispute

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The Unibot project, a Telegram Bot initiative, has announced its decision to sever ties with Solana following a naming dispute. This decision came after Solana launched a Blast bot named evm_unibot without permission and failed to fulfill its commitments to the Unibot project. Additionally, Unibot revealed plans to develop its proprietary Solana robot.

A Dispute

The Unibot project, a Telegram Bot initiative, has announced its decision to sever ties with Solana following a naming dispute. This decision came after Solana launched a Blast bot named evm_unibot without permission and failed to fulfill its commitments to the Unibot project. Additionally, Unibot revealed plans to develop its proprietary Solana robot.

In a statement posted on X, the Unibot core team expressed their concerns and emphasized the importance of transparency, security, and honesty in their collaboration. They urged the team behind the Solana-deployed Unibot to change its name to avoid misrepresentation and requested the fulfillment of promised fees to Unibot holders.

Divergence of Values

According to the release: “After careful consideration and feedback from our partnered organizations, the Unibot core team has decided to part ways with the team which deployed Unibot on Solana, and have asked them to change their name as they don’t represent us and our core values for transparency, security, and honesty.”

The decision to part ways with Solana was driven by security concerns, prompting the Unibot core team to take control of the project’s development and operation using their secure server infrastructure.

Security Concerns

The team’s update said,

“This decision is rooted in security concerns, prompting us to transition to in-house development and operation of Unibot on Solana using our secure server infrastructure.”

This development marks a significant shift in the Unibot project’s trajectory and highlights the complexities that can arise in collaborative efforts within the blockchain and cryptocurrency space.

Author: Grace

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