Cardano creator Charles Hoskinson calls Ethereum better than Bitcoin

Cardano creator Charles Hoskinson came up with a cheeky response to a tweet when he called Ethereum better than Bitcoin. Hoskinson is also the co-founder of Ethereum alongside Vitalik Buterin and many others and because he reckons Cardano to be better than Ethereum, his statement essentially implies that Cardano is better than Bitcoin in his opinion.

The story is of a crypto capitalist and a popular YouTube show host Anthony Pompliano who from his official Twitter account tweeted that Ethereum is no Bitcoin, to which Hoskinson came up with the cheeky response. ” No it’s better ” was his response to an Ethereum troll tweet.

Anthony Pompliano is the host of the show ” The Best Business Show ” and has 220,000 subscribers on YouTube. On Twitter, he is far more popular with one million followers.

Charles Hoskinson however, was a part of the team that created Ethereum back in 2013. The team consisted of some prominent names like Vitalik Buterin, Anthony Di lorio, and Charles Hoskinson himself. Hoskinson later split and founded the Cardano network in 2017 which he successfully runs now.

Also read: 3 reasons why Cardano (ADA) is better than Ethereum

In the past, he has taken digs at Ethereum too when it was compared to Cardano. Both these coins have quite a rivalry and Cardano has done much better in comparison off late. However, Hoskinson’s reply where he preferred Ethereum over Bitcoin has been nicely welcomed by the Ethereum community.

However, some called the comparison between these two assets baseless and as bad as comparing bot the arms of a human body.

At the time of publishing this article, the value of one Bitcoin was recorded at $46,412 while Ethereum was soaring in the range of $3K at $3235. Cardano was also being traded at $2.16 after becoming the third largest cryptocurrency in the market just a while ago.

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