Cardano Founder’s Role in Ethereum Discounted by Foundation Member

    Fabian Vogelsteller, one of the core Ethereum Foundation members, has taken to Twitter to discredit the role of Cardano Founder, Charles Hoskinson in building the Ethereum blockchain. Vogelsteller’s tweet was in response to a tweet by a Twitter user, Eddie Roach who noted that all of the core contributors to Ethereum have gone on to establish their own blockchain protocols.

    Roach’s tweet listed Vitalik Buterin, the primary developer of the Ethereum protocol, Gavin Wood, Polkadot’s founder, Vogelsteller and Hoskinson. Disagreeing with the claims made by Roach, Vogelsteller said Charles Hoskinson;

    “…was never really a founder of ethereum. He built literally nothing for ethereum that I am aware of. He was just early on at the right place, at the time, hanging out. So I would remove him from the pic as well.”

    While the claims riled the community in a way, Vogelsteller clarified that his position was not based on an attempt to offend anyone, but from pure facts. The developer is the founder of the Lukso Network. The protocol is branded as a “next generation EVM blockchain based on Casper PoS that will revolutionize the way brands, creators and users interact in Web3 and with blockchain technology in the New Creative Economy.”

    While Lukso is relatively obscure when compared to Polkadot and Cardano, the developer is optimistic that the protocol will be comparable to the others in the next 2 years.

    Charles Hoskinson Responds

    While Vogelsteller had the right to claim a spot among the developers of Ethereum being the main person that developed ERC20 and Web3.0.js, the discount on Hoskinson’s role has been met with sarcasm by the Cardano founder.

    Responding to the tweet, Hoskinson wrote;

    “Thanks Fabian. Glad to get your opinion on my worth and contributions. I suppose Switzerland just materialized out of the ether. Also given my profound incompetence, I’d love to meet the people behind Cardano. Pretty cool project to just somehow self manifest.”

    The sort of strife that the conversation spurred has been frowned at by some industry observers. Top crypto leaders like Binance CEO, Changpeng “CZ” Zhao regularly advocate shunning FUD and embracing unity in order to help propel the broader industry.

    Benjamin Godfrey is a blockchain enthusiast and journalists who relish writing about the real life applications of blockchain technology and innovations to drive general acceptance and worldwide integration of the emerging technology. His desires to educate people about cryptocurrencies inspires his contributions to renowned blockchain based media and sites. Benjamin Godfrey is a lover of sports and agriculture. Follow him on Twitter, Linkedin

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