Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson Hunts Aliens, Draws Bemusement

  • Cardano Founder Charles Hoskinson has a lot of hobbies
  • One of Hoskison’s hobbies is looking for aliens. 
  • Crypto Twitter took the opportunity to unleash banter on the founder’s extraterrestrial search.  

Cardano Founder Charles Hoskinson is a man of astronomical ambitions. When he’s not in Colorado, he works on many ongoing projects ranging from restaurants to pioneering anti-aging hospitals to finding aliens. 

Hoskinson’s extraterrestrial quest has ignited a cosmic controversy. The rowdy founder faces scrutiny from Crypto Twitter, who are making all kinds of memes. Nevertheless, Hoskinson did not go down without a fight and stood his ground, clapping back at the haters. 

Finding ET?

Cardano Founder Charles Hoskinson has embarked on an expedition alongside Harvard Professor Avi Loeb. Their mission? To dive into the depths of the Pacific Ocean in search of an interstellar meteor. According to the expedition team, they are examining an ‘anomalous wire in the area’ where they believe an alien spacecraft might have crashed. 

As an enthusiastic explorer, Hoskinson has generously shared updates, journals, and visuals of his extraterrestrial odyssey on Twitter. While the Cardano founder anticipated an out-of-this-world reception for his extraterrestrial quest, he couldn’t have predicted the extent to which Crypto Twitter would seize this opportunity to unleash a galaxy of banter-filled posts.

Crypto Twitter Reacts, and Hoskinson Claps Back

Crypto Twitter, known for its wit and sometimes harmful banter, couldn’t resist indulging in extraterrestrial antics when it came to Hoskinson’s alien expedition. 

In a humorous exchange, crypto influencer Ran Neuner cheekily pointed out that Cardano has fewer users because its founder is trying to find aliens as users. Hoskinson, ever ready with a comeback, fired back, asserting that Cardano still has more users than Luna. 

Another user light-heartedly quipped that while many multimillionaires would hire a crew to search for aliens, Charles, being the leader he is, takes charge in the quest for ET. 

Hoskinson later surprised the community by revealing that Netflix is on-site, documenting their pursuit of alien spaceships. You may want to keep your eyes peeled for that. 

Not to be outdone, another Twitter user @CryptoJuncky took a dig at Hoskinson, comparing Polkadot’s Gavin Wood with the founder. The user claimed he’d rather invest in Polkadot due to Hoskinson’s alien hunts. Hoskinson, quick on the reply, used the tweet as a public banner for “Crypto Twitter’s Stupidity.” 

On the Flipside

Why This Matters

Charles Hoskinson is a man with many interests. While he might be salvaging alien spacecraft from oceans, his interests do not interfere with Cardano’s growth. The project is a decentralized entity run by developers worldwide who are actively improving the ecosystem. Therefore, what Hoskinson does in his free time, whether opening restaurants or turning back time, does not halt progress on Cardano. 

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