Dan Larimar Says One Day Ethereum & Tron Will Build on EOS Code Base: Diss or Sign of Brotherhood?
Now, he is back with it yet again. Larimer took to Twitter to share that one-day Ethereum, Tron and other smart contracts platform will be built on parts of EOS code base.
— Daniel Larimer (@bytemaster7) March 27, 2019
Well, it may look like Larimer is taking a dig at Ethereum and Tron but apparently it isn't the case as in response to a user’s question on why don’t Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, Tron founder Justin Sun, and Larimer himself work together instead of “talking shit on Twitter,” he said,
“What do you think my suggestion that they would use some code from eos means?”
It’s hard to know if Larimer was saying it genuinely or just being a smartass about it as a few days back on the topic of Ethereum having more developers than EOS, Larimer had stated,
“Quality over Quantity. Eth has many devs because their solutions are overly complicated by poor initial design.”
He further commented “Ethereum is already a side chain of eos,” over one Twitter user’s remark on wanting to see EOS and Tron running as a sidechain of Ethereum.
EOS Price Still Up With 2nd Highest Trading Volume
When it comes to price, ESO is enjoying a healthy uptrend. Since February, it has been moving upwards, going from $2.24 to $4.36 at the end of February. In early March, EOS price dripped down to $3.1 only to take a hike yet again in the past couple of days.
At the time of writing, EOS has been trading at $4.26 with 24-hours gains of 4.10 percent. In the BTC market, it is up by nearly 4 percent, as per the data provided by Coinmarketcap.
After the Bitwise Investments’ report stating 95 percent exchange volume being fake, Messari, a crypto economics data research platform released a new exchange volume tracker. OnChainFX dashboard’s “Real 10 24-hours volume” tracks the trading volume by using data from Bitfinex, Binance, Bitstamp, Bitflyer, Gemini, Coinbase pro, Poloniex, Bittrex, Kraken, and itBit.