Good points Tyler. I agree it’s time to change the category, and with @neo for us not to delete this. It is important for the community, the project, and anyone else researching NVO, @nemgun and @tonbi. Not least for Alex to see!
I want to say, I believe we were mislead and manipulated both by @nemgun and @tonbi. Lots of things have been said, but there are glaring inconsistencies (several already pointed out above, but anyone can go through themselves and find them).
Early on I thought @tonbi is doing his best, but could at least be trusted. But early on he stated that @nemgun was not part of NVO and just helping out a friend (Yanni who was the lead developer), and then we learned @nemgun is a co-founder, doing almost all the core development or managing it, recruiting devs etc. In fact, he appears to be in total control of the project, and finally @tonbi calls him “a God”.
Why @tonbi tried to hide @nemgun’s role I am not sure, but I’m concerned that it might be more than just to try and smooth over those early “language difficulties”. Whatever the reason, it appears to have been a deliberate lie with the intention of misleading investors in NVO - a deliberate deceit in order to ensure they achieved their investment goals, and that completely ruins @tonbi’s reputation in my eyes.
It seems to me even worse than what I’ve seen from @nemgun who seems less aware, less in control of himself, although now someone I regard as very unreliable and untrustworthy.
I would probably not have written this but for @nemgun’s threats just above. But he’s made me face the level of deceit we’ve experienced and be totally honest about what I’ve seen. For that I thank him, but I’m very concerned for anyone who is associated with NVO now, including the team, but mostly those who have trusted them and are still in some way dependent on them.