Those people who have ever tried to put a Root-right on their device, need to know a man like Chainfire – SuperSU program developer.
Chainfire supported the development of the program since 2012, but now he decided to pass on the project in the hands of Coding Code Mobile Technology LLC (CCMT). Chainfire will still be the main developer SuperSU for two years, after his participation in the development of applications will end.
On the one hand, this means that more developers and more funding needs to push the development of the project and allow more quickly add new features, fix bugs, and more.
On the other hand, considering how fiercely Google is trying to cover up the access to the rights of Root, bypassing the limitations become more time consuming process, and it is possible that Coding Code Mobile Technology LLC (CCMT) will want to monetize SuperSU.
On his page on Google+, Chainfire said that until-Pro version will be distributed in unmodified form for free. Let us hope that this time will last long enough.