Charles Hoskinson went after the anonymous Twitter user who gave his anti-Cardano and XRP advice by stating that those projects never deliver what they have promised. The co-founder of Cardano is fascinated by the fact that the people who tweet such thoughts actually believe them despite the evidence.
Cardano never delivers
A quite common anti-Cardano narrative in the industry is the belief that the Cardano developers never deliver what they promise in the first case. It mostly formed after some Cardano-related projects ended up being different from what had been promised to users.
What is extraordinary to me is that the people who tweet this stuff actually believe it regardless of the evidence given. It's basically like religious beliefs. Every year, we have moved mountains together, but he can't see any of it. I wonder what causes it https://t.co/WZRCRNMvJb pic.twitter.com/FdYwZGb1S6— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) October 1, 2022
However, in most cases, it was due to the immaturity of the network and the solutions that were delivered on it. The most notable representative of the Cardano DeFi industry was SundaeSwap, which had many issues at the start and even some congestion cases.
Most of Cardano's problems come from the eUTXO model, which does not imply fitting more than one transaction in the block. That is why the Cardano developers had to come up with alternative solutions that would make DeFi on ADA possible.
The developer cannot see any sanity in statements similar to what he has shown in the tweet. Hoskinson stated that every year the Cardano developers are moving mountains together, while representatives of other networks cannot see any of it for reasons unknown.
Despite some success in development, the market performance of Cardano is far from ideal as the cryptocurrency has been moving in a prolonged downturn for the last 400 days.
Technically, Cardano (ADA) remains the least profitable asset in the top 10 of cryptocurrency assets sorted by market capitalization. However, the situation may change if the market sees yet another ADA run, similar to what we saw in August 2021.