Cardano’s Founder, Charles Hoskinson, Faces Twitter Backlash

Jul 9, 2021 0 comments


Founder of Cardano, Charles Hoskinson, faces Twitter backlash as one of his old tweets predicting Cardano resurfaces.

Charles Hoskinson has found himself the target of Twitter critics as a Twitter account retweeted a year-old tweet that highlighted predictions for the network’s adoption.

It’s nearly one year since Charles Hoskinson revealed his predictions for Cardano on Twitter. The founder of Cardano envisioned more widespread DApp deployments and hundreds of assets running on the network. And also, tons of exciting projects and lots of unique use and utility of Cardano.

As a result, the Twitter community quickly jumped on this reality, highlighting that no assets or DApps are running atop the network. However, some community members and Hoskinson have replied to the critics, drawing attention to the network’s success in some areas.

Charles Hoskinson said,

There are thousands of assets on Cardano. I guess you haven’t been paying attention. Tons of devs learning, training, writing. Lots of launch apps.

Although the Twitter user took on Hoskinson’s predictions as proof the network wasn’t doing its stated goals, others were smart to point out the obvious: the original tweet from the Cardano founder himself was a “prediction.”

A Twitter user replied to the critics covering Cardano founder. He said,

I mean, you said it in your tweet, it’s a prediction, not a promise. Nothing ‘happened’ to his prediction, Cardano delivers or it doesn’t.
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