Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson Accuses Crypto Journalists Of Lacking Both Accuracy and Diligence
The co-founder of both Ethereum and Cardano, Charles Hoskinson, has recently uploaded a video in which he tried to give the viewers a kind of an “insider view” on what was happening in Consensus 2019 this year.
During the video, he talked about several subjects, for instance about how non-crypto companies like Microsoft, Deloitte and IBM showed up at Consensus this year, which was something quite new indeed.
He also affirmed that there were no major announcements this year, as well as highlighted how he was involved in the launch of a security token blockchain initiative created by Polymath, Polymesh.
Hoskinson Criticized Crypto Journalists
An important highlight of the video was that Hoskinson was mad at crypto journalists in general as he believed that they lacked “due diligence” and had a bad level of accuracy, too.
That was not all, though, as he also touched on another piece of information that was not accurate, in his view. He affirmed that they never signed any kind of memorandum of understanding with the Mongolian government of FarmaTrust, which was not a piece of accurate news, and that they may admire FarmaTrust, but they were certainly not together.
Cardano’s Road Map
Hoskinson also shared the road map of Cardano in the video and affirmed that the foundation would create a repository in which regular updates would be posted so that the community could be following them.
Also, another reason for that is that he affirmed that some people in the community thought that they were idiots and that they did not know what they were doing. The best answer to that, in his opinion, was to look at the progress that was being made and take the conclusions by themselves instead of spreading fear around.
He also talked about how ongoing delays from several major players in the market like Microsoft, which have promised some crypto tech but did not deliver yet.