The Twitter CEO and avowed Bitcoin (BTC) maximist Jack Dorsey does not allow Ether (ETH) followers an inch. In his latest informal comment on the second largest cryptocurrency in the market, Dorsey downplayed the platform’s potential to single-handedly shake the established order in giant technology:
Disrupting “Large Tech” is exactly what I want and want.
But know-how alone cannot do that.
– jack⚡️ (@jack) August 12, 2021
Dorsey’s comment sparked a web-based dialogue about the usefulness of the absolute integration of non-fungible tokens (NFT) into Twitter, which Twitter consumer Seyitaylor argued would benefit Ethereum more than the social media website.
Dorsey agreed that such a transfer could be more important to the Ethereum ecosystem than to his personal platform, but added, “Even so, every account on Twitter will be linked to a Lightning bag …”
Regardless of Twitter’s previous attempts at the NFT world – and Dorsey’s personal use of the know-how to raise cash for charity – Dorsey has remained a staunch Bitcoin advocate, much to the frustration of any brave and less sectarian crypto supporter Ether.
When a Twitter consumer responded to Dorsey’s feedback and asked for clarification: “Then why does ETH hate when there is room for a few pieces of the puzzle?” Dorsey replied, “Paying attention to one factor doesn’t mean hating the opposite. I have shared my problems with Bitcoin with others. Establishing rules, security and centralization are important ones. “
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On another Twitter thread, Garry Tan explored the “secret” of Dorsey’s single-minded commitment to Bitcoin, which Timothy Kim proposed because of the veteran crypto’s promise to work “healthy money” that he believes is “important,” especially for the “globally disadvantaged”. “Dorsey joined the dialogue to agree, claiming he was in Bitcoin” to fix the money, “including that he was” not trolling. “
In another thread on the same topic, Dorsey denied claims that he deliberately cast shadows on Ethereum and made it clear that for him “decentralization is simply not a goal”. […] it’s just a technique to fix the money. Elsewhere on Twitter, Dorsey stated that while he agreed with the spirit of the NFTs, his support for Lightning in this regard had nothing to do with them, but fair with “enabl”.[ing] a foreign money for the web. “
It has been a long-standing motto of Dorsey, who since 2018 at the latest has repeatedly argued that Bitcoin is the only foreign currency on the web.