Vitalik Buterin received a job offer from Google and posted a scan of the letter in his Twitter account. He asked users for advice whether he should leave Ethereum and work for Google.

Buterin launched a poll for his subscribers in Twitter with the only question, whether he should leave Ethereum and go to Google. 41% of respondents said "yes", while 59% voted "against" the proposal.

Later, Buterin removed his post, possibly due to the fact that the e-mail of Google employee Elizabeth Garcia was clearly visible in the scan. She really works as a recruiting manager at Google, which is reflected in her profile on LinkedIn. Previously, she held a position in the Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles.

According to Cryptovest, sources from Google confirmed that the company is interested in blockchain technology, but did not disclose any other details.

“Like many new technologies, we have individuals in various teams exploring potential uses of blockchain, but it’s too early for us to speculate about any possible uses or plans,” the Google representative said to Cryptovest.

In April, it became known that a number of former employees of Google founded the community xGoogler Blockchain Alliance. The goal of the community is to help former employees of the corporation with a career in the blockchain industry.