Hoskinson warned the XRP community to refrain from propagating rumors of a cover-up in the ongoing case during a conversation with YouTuber BitBoy Crypto on October 21.
The founder of the decentralized finance (DeFi) cryptocurrency project Cardano (ADA), Charles Hoskinson, has once more been criticized for his remarks on the ongoing dispute between Ripple and the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).
It’s important to note that Hoskinson faced online criticism from supporters of the XRP cryptocurrency on Twitter after asserting that Ripple is under SEC investigation because there aren’t enough clear restrictions.
Interesting allegations of corruption and favoritism of Ethereum (ETH) by former SEC employees were made by XRP supporters. Hoskison was charged with siding with the SEC because he was also a co-founder of Ethereum.
“But my only comments were to focus on the thing that’s going to win and focus on building bridges and relationships. Because of those comments, thousands and thousands and thousands of tweets, it was trending on Twitter, grand conspiracy. People attacked me, called me a petulant child, unprofessional. All these just vitriol and negativeness,” he said.
Hoskison took issue with Ripple CTO David Schwartz, who stated that the attack on Hoskison made him unhappy and that he had a lot to say about it.
Hoskinsom said he was kind of a little disappointed with David Schwartz and others saying a lot could be said and it makes him sad.
“How about you grow a f*cking pair of balls and tell your community not to be conspiratorial. Maybe you should do that, because at the end of the day, we all have to live in this space together and hedging in the face of this madness doesn’t solve anything,” he added.
Hoskinson claimed that despite criticism from XRP supporters, he was still trying to convince the community to put its efforts toward creating connections and other factors that would support Ripple’s legal position.
Hoskinson also said that his perspective on the XRP case is influenced by his expertise in the cryptocurrency sector, particularly in terms of policy issues.