Kathleen Breitman, the co-founder of the self-governing Blockchain protocol Tezos, has promised to "Go rogue" and launch the platform in several weeks, despite ongoing lawsuits plaguing the project. At a UCLA conference which took place last weekend, Kathleen Breitman promised to "[go] rogue in the next few weeks" and release the "Tezzies" tokens on their own terms, despite legal troubles. "Things needed to move forward. It's unfair, but we need to ship the code," Breitman added. Notably, Tezos is managed separately, with Kathleen Breitman and her husband and co-founder Arthur Breitman controlling the project's source code, and the Tezos Foundation controlling all the funds collected during the ICO..