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Charles Hoskinson Promises to Fix “Some of the Original Sins of Cardano” After Vasil Launches


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Cardano founder teases ADA investors about exciting plans that the team will focus on after the launch of the Vasil upgrade. 

Charles Hoskinson, the founder of Cardano, has assured supporters of the cryptocurrency project that the team will roll out enticing features after the Vasil hard fork goes live. 

According to Hoskinson, after the launch of Vasil, which he describes as the “last hard fork of an era,” the team behind Cardano will change many things to help the project actualize its goal of “giving the world economic identity.” 

Some changes that will be made to Cardano include new governance processes, more inclusive structures, applicable codes, more parallel efforts, etc. 

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“Let’s get Vasil done together, and then let’s move on to the higher ground and fix some of the original sins of the project so Cardano can also grow to its next level,” Hoskinson said in a tweet. 

Charles further said he is not going anywhere; Cardano is his passion.

“I’m not going anywhere; this is still my greatest passion. I see how what we’ve built can change the lives of billions of people, and I’ve met the people it can help. I don’t think anyone in our community feels any different. I think we’ve grown to need to work.”

Hoskinson Takes Blame for Fallout With SPOs

The development comes a few days after some Stake Pool Operators (SPOs) fell out with the Cardano founder over the newly released node for the Vasil upgrade. 

As reported by TheCryptoBasic, Andrew Westberg, the CTO of ProjectNEWM, urged SPOs not to follow Hoskinson’s instruction and upgrade to Node 1.35.3. 

Westberg asserted that Hoskinson does not seem to be on the same page as his “testers and SPOs.” Unfortunately, Westberg’s comment prompted a series of Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubts (FUDs) targeted at Cardano. The issue angered Hoskinson, who slammed the involved SPOs for taking private matters public, a move he believes is capable of affecting the future of Cardano. 

Interestingly, Hoskinson has taken the blame for everything that transpired last week between him and some SPOs. 

“I’d like to see the community reach its full potential and for its capabilities to be deployed to improve the world. When I see things that go against that, it makes me sad and angry. How we communicate is just as important as what we do,” Cardano founder said in a recent tweet

“Over the last three days, I could have personally chosen a different approach. I regret that I didn’t, and I’m sorry. Ultimately, the people who know me know exactly where I’m coming from. I hate seeing these and have personal experience in the damage they cause.”


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