A project manager in Dublin, Ireland, who goes by the name of mc square , is an open source blockchain project with a vision of using smart contracts to automate the management of companies.
mc square is working on a project called Euler, an artificial intelligence platform that will allow companies to track the progress of their projects.
mc, in its most basic form, is a project manager on a team who helps others achieve their objectives, from managing a website or app to managing the finances of a company.
mc is currently working on an initial version of Euler with three co-founders: the CEO, a software developer and a project coordinator.
This is not the first time the project has come under fire for its governance and governance structure.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that the project had failed to register a director.
Euler’s governance structure has not been made public, but the project manager’s LinkedIn profile suggests he is currently in a dispute with the project’s founder.
The CEO and the project coordinator did not respond to an email request for comment.
mc has a long history of being a controversial project.
The project has been around since 2011 and is based in a rented office building in Dublin’s east end.
It was launched as an alternative to the more expensive and more centralized blockchain technology used by big banks.
The aim is to automate a number of tasks, including tracking the money flow of a business and managing its finances.
In May 2016, it started a crowdfunding campaign for a new blockchain-based payment system called OVH.
The campaign raised $5 million before the project was shut down in December 2017.
mc Square, however, has not only been involved in controversy over its governance, but also in controversy within the crypto community over the nature of the project.
Last year, an article in The Wall Street Journal published a scathing critique of mc Square’s governance.
In it, The Wall St. Journal said mc Square had “a lot of internal conflict.”
In particular, it noted that the team was “a bit of a mess,” with some members of the team “being fired or even getting fired for making bad decisions.”
In a statement, the project explained that its governance was not a result of internal disagreements.
The team had been told in advance of the launch that they would have to work on the project, the team told the Journal.
The manager of the company, who has not responded to a request for clarification, said that mc Square is a “really interesting project” and that its vision is to create a “digital ledger” that would allow companies and organizations to track their business transactions.