Charles Hoskinson, the CEO of Input Output Global (IOG), has responded to critics of Cardano who claim that the blockchain project has been too slow at implementing big upgrades.
In a recent video shared on Twitter by a supposed Cardano (ADA) enthusiast, Solana co-founder Anatoly Yakovenko spoke about the reason why the Cardano network hasn’t faced any major issues since its inception, unlike Solana network.
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According to the Solana co-founder, Cardano has been slow at releasing big updates because its developers do not kiss a couple of frogs while building. This implies that Cardano’s team of developers did not choose to cut corners in the course of building.
The user tweeted, “Solana co-founders lady’s and gentleman. Describing why Cardano isn’t completely broken like Solana. His secret “you’ve got to swallow”
Charles Hoskinson Reacts to Anatoly Yakovenko’s Comment
Reacting to Anatoly Yakovenko’s comment, Charles Hoskinson said Cardano’s developers chose to write code carefully to avoid mistakes because billions of dollars worth of investors’ funds are at stake.
Charles Hoskinson tweeted, “So the primary criticism is that Cardano writes software carefully when billions of dollars are at stake from millions of users and thousands of businesses rely upon the infrastructure for their livelihood? I’d love to see these guys build a hospital”
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The Cardano creator shared a YouTube link on Twitter showing steps to get an old Nintendo game working. He then suggested that Solana developers should follow the steps in the video to revive the network.