Cardano (ADA) has been on the news lately for a variety of reasons.
For one, the crypto is known and loved for its strong ethics in maintaining privacy, and that is why it is basically referred to as the privacy coin. Things haven’t been so rosy for Cardano lately. Apparently, some people are not happy that the head of the network is “having fun” while the project is in trouble.
In response to these incessant opinions, Charles Hoskinson of Cardano had a few words for the haters. In a recent Twitter post, Charles said that the only reason some people attack Cardano is because they’re afraid of his success.
This is a tale that scared people try to spread because they are afraid of Cardano’s success and can see that he is on the horizon. The code is waking up and there is nothing FUD can do to stop it https://t.co/G3wqZ1MB6H
– Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) December 24, 2019
Trust the code
In the further course, the Cardano boss said that Cardano could not be stopped at the current pace and that even targeted FUD could not do anything to thwart his success.
He wasn’t the only one with this opinion. A large number of commenters expressed their strong support for Cardano, saying that people should really “trust the code”.
Still, a user who clearly sounds like a “hater” comes out to answer that Cardano’s test network is currently dealing with the worst bugs never seen on any of the competing networks. Another said it really wasn’t cool that the Cardano boss should be out there doing AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions instead of focusing on the project.
However, one supporter was quick to mention that Charles Hoskinson is not really “the team” and his role is that of management. Also, AMA is important in a competitive crypto world where people need to know everything about a project before getting involved.
Charles’ tweet was not lacking in good responses and open, strong support from the extensive ADA fan base. In fact, one user stated that Cardano’s project may be ambitious, but it will transform the crypto space on a massive scale, especially in terms of more use cases, better decentralization, and less power consumption. We can only wait and see.