Predictive analytics firm Endor has onboarded Charles Hoskinson, who will deliver guidance and counsel in respect to the cryptocurrency and blockchain industries.

Cardano (ADA) CEO and Ethereum (ETH) co-founder Charles Hoskinson has joined predictive analytics firm Endor. The company announced the appointment in a press release shared with Cointelegraph on Feb. 4.

Established in 2014, Endor claims to be the first automated predictions engine in the field of business decision-making by means of a blockchain-based and artificial intelligence (AI)-powered analytical platform. Last spring, Endor reportedly raised $45 million in a token pre-sale for its predictive analytics technology.

According to the press release, Endor has onboarded Hoskinson as a senior advisor, who will provide guidance and counsel in respect to the cryptocurrency industry, decentralization, and blockchain strategy. Additionally, Hoskinson will purportedly lead a new strategic project, the essence of which has not been yet revealed.

In the press release, Endor-rsquo;s CEO and co-founder Yaniv Altshuler highlighted Hoskinson-rsquo;s expertise derived from his work on decentralized public blockchain and cryptocurrency project Cardano and Ethereum. Altshuler also outlined Hoskinson-rsquo;s involvement in upcoming projects.

Recently, Hoskinson stated that digital currency markets might need 11 years to regain 2017-rsquo;s price highs, while the industry will be a -ldquo;dramatically different ecosystem at that point.-rdquo; Hoskinson said that the industry will have -ldquo;millions, perhaps even billion-rdquo; of users, also stressing that one of the key points for the evolution of cryptocurrencies is to attract institutional investors.

Hoskinson-rsquo;s recent statement echoes those he made on Twitter in June, claiming that the entry of Wall Street into the crypto sector will bring in -ldquo;tens of trillions of dollars.-rdquo; When asked by a commentator what exactly the cryptocurrency community is building, Hoskinson answered -ldquo;an entirely new world.-rdquo;

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