This is worth letting people know about. This is Long Vuong’s response to my request for reimbursement when, after one of Tomochain’s employees - Nghia - tells me that the issue with the staking contract for Lition is fixed and I rely on that statement and try to unstake from the Lition Pool only to encounter a “failed transaction” “Warning Contract Execution Error” twice and lose up to $300 in the process. It turns out the issue was not fixed of course. Asking for reimbursement is not just reasonable, any business with integrity would do so.
Long Voung: “Lition software is fully open sources and not built by TomoChain Lab. There are a lot of quirks with Lition’s software and unlike corporate softwares there are no revenues for us coming from users using softwares. All Nghia and we are doing is helping to our best extent without compensation. Hence there is no reimbursement policy. Thank you for understanding.”
I do not understand your response Long. What I do understand is that Tomochain acquired Lition and made a public announcement to that effect and Tomochain as the new announced legal owner of that company are responsible for Lition. Just because a business is not making money, does not mean the owners are not responsible for the business and it’s liabilities. I find your response remarkable and maybe a story that some might find very interesting. A blockchain business acquires another blockchain company but is not responsible for the business it has acquired. I don’t understand it. The thread is then subsequently closed without allowing me to make a response.
Maybe someone else on this board can help me understand this. Thank you