Max Keizer refers to Cardano’s founder as a “terrorist”, suggesting that ADA should be thrown out of Wyoming
- Keizer attacks Cardano again
- Claiming most altcoins to be securities
Charles Hoskinson has taken to Twitter to respond to a quip on Cardano’s ADA and personally by bitcoin maximalist Max Keizer.
Keizer attacks Cardano again
In a recent tweet, calling Ethereum a “useless coin and scam”, Max Keizer referred to Hoskinson As a “terrorist,” wondering why the ADA hasn’t been banned by Senator Cynthia Loomis, a pro-crypto politician in the state of Wyoming.
Continuing his anti-Cardano campaign, Keizer said that El Salvador President Nayib Bukele “has kicked Hoskinson out of the country and effectively banned him along with other terrorists.”
It’s “You crazy brother?” Lots of definitions. pic.twitter.com/kaWokWFaNv— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) 8 June 2022
In June last year, U.Today reported that El Salvador stated that no crypto other than bitcoin would be used as legal tender in the country, as “it is impossible to have ten legal tender” and two of them – the US Bitcoin – according to the dollar and President Bukele – is already challenging enough.
In an earlier tweet, Keizer claims that Cardano It’s not even close to being decentralized compared to bitcoin, which he called “truly decentralized.”
Claiming most altcoins to be securities
Earlier this week, U.Today covered how a new crypto bill was proposed by two US senators, Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, a member of the Democratic Party, and Cynthia Loomis, a Republican from Wyoming.
The bill suggested that Bitcoin and Ethereum be regulated as commodities and to be overseen by the CFTC. The rest of the crypto is to be defined as securities other than “subsidiary assets”, which are Solana and Cardano.
Max Keizer referred to the bill, wondering why Senator Lumis placed Ethereum as a commodity next to bitcoin, while Keizer believed that ETH, and anything except BTC, would be a centralized commodity. It’s a scam.
Furthermore, the senators told CNBC that bitcoin “shines as a store of value” and should be part of a 401(k) retirement plan.