The project is now managed by a committee that includes Chris Lewicki, who served as Planetary Resources’ president and CEO; and Brian Israel, Planetary Resources’ former general counsel.
Both men joined ConsenSys Space in connection with the acquisition in October 2018.
“ConsenSys irrevocably pledges that it will not initiate a lawsuit against any party for infringing a Planetary Resources patent or Planetary Resources intellectual property, for so long as such party is acting in good faith,” the company says on its website.
Before ConsenSys purchased the company’s assets, Planetary Resources had planned to auction off most of the hardware at its Redmond office and machine shop.
“Even the Asteroids arcade game from the Planetary Resources breakroom!” Israel said in an email he sent me about the sale.

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