Charles Hoskinson shared his point of view about the attitude of every crypto enthusiast towards cryptocurrency projects.
Cardano is the 3rd most important cryptocurrency project that is in the third place in the crypto market, following Bitcoin in the second place, after Bitcoin and Ethereum. In the last few months, the Cardano project has been receiving a lot of negative reviews from the public because of the plunge in value that was higher than the community was expecting.
On 6 December, Charles Hoskinson- CEO and founder of Cardano project, appeared in the latest AskMeAnything session on YouTube. In the video, Charles replied to almost every question asked by viewers on his Cardano project.
Charles declared that they want the entire crypto industry to be able to work together.
“The one thing I want for Christmas is for everyone to start getting along in our industry. It’s extraordinary to me that when people are so close in philosophy and viewpoint, and in some cases technology, they can be so far apart as people. It’s extraordinary,” Charles said
Charles added that in virtually every industry investors are always against each the other. However, in the world of crypto, it is unique in that nobody has hatred towards one another on the basis of the investors’ point of view.
Charles added that if people don’t cease fighting with each other, and continue to fight, they won’t be able to face the true opponent. In addition, he stated that it isn’t going to be straightforward because there are some people who have been doing a variety of unjust work to divide the crypto market.
Cardano founder, who is also a sociologist, said there are numerous kinds of media available in the world such as podcasts or social media. books that help divide communities. We must therefore make a stand and stop the hatred by staying away from these kinds of things.
“That must stop.” And the only way to end is to create better systems that are more fair. And the only way to achieve that is to must work together. Therefore, we’ll have to see in 2022, whether we can accomplish that.”