One of Loom Network’s former employees recently leaked information about the company’s Kickstarter-funded game, Relentless (also called Zombie Battleground). The leak alleged that the project, and potentially the entire Loom Network, were no longer actively being developed. The former employee, who has not worked for the company in over a year, claimed that the issues largely stemmed from Loom’s former CEO, Matthew Campbell. Campbell left Loom in Feb. 2020, and was replaced by a new CEO.
“Dilanka accessed our Kickstarter account without authorization and sent out that rambling update,” Vadim Macagon, the current CEO of Loom Network, told Cointelegraph on Sept. 24. “He was let go almost a year ago because he started behaving erratically, and was quite open to some of his team about his drug use (and not just the drugs he mentioned in the update he just published).”
A Sept. 24 tweet from tech expert Bruno Skvorc notified the public of an email sent out to backers of the Relentless project. Cointelegraph reached out to Skvorc for further details, and received a link to the email in question. The email came from “Dilanka,” who worked in the project’s growth and marketing department.
Dilanka asserted that both projects were dead, “or at the very least, currently on life support in the middle of an unpleasant pivot focused on healthcare.”
Loom conducted its initial coin offering, or ICO, in 2018. On May 9, 2020, rumors circulated about Loom’s potential demise, as evidenced by a lack of communication from the project on various channels. Loom responded to the article through Twitter, asserting the company was still very much alive, but wading through a transition into government and healthcare-based enterprise blockchain work. According to Dilanka, the company has not come forward with any new developments since May 26. Loom’s Twitter account, however, uploaded a number of tweets since that time, including a roadmap for the year which…