The renowned co-founder of Ethereum and founder of Cardano (ADA), Charles Hoskinson, has tweeted recently to announce good news incoming for the token he currently backs. Although the tweet leaves much to imagination, past news from early December hint towards a possible Coinbase listing.
Hoskinson seems to be hinting at something rather big, as otherwise it would be quite strange of him to make such an announcement out of thin air, judging from most of his previous communication timings.
There is some good Cardano related news coming soon.— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) December 28, 2018
ADA price seemed to pick up slightly right after the tweet was published, but nor the volume or the length of the movement were sizeable.
Twitter users took diligently upon the task of providing theories that could explain Hoskinson’s tweet. A listing on Coinbase appeared to be one of the possibilities. Chepicap already reported that on early December, Coinbase released a list of 30 cryptocurrencies which could be added to the largest exchange by traded volume. Although nothing is confirmed yet, it appears to be quite possible that this are the good news that Hoskinson is talking about.
I think Cardano will be listed on Coinbase next. About time!!!!— Gerryross Tomakin (@tomaxx131) December 29, 2018
However, most reactions tended to skew towards perplexity for the lack of content in Hoskinson’s tweet. Some users seemed to lable him as a doppelgänger of Tron’s (TRX) CEO and perennial countdown man Justin Sun, meanwhile others were solely commenting on the loop of announcements triggered by Cardano’s founder.
Has Jason Sun hacked your account?— Crypto Kiwi (@cryptocoinkiwi) December 29, 2018
Announcement of an announcement. Justin get out of this body.— Pierre (@fle_pie) December 28, 2018
Announcement of the announcement confirmed.— Paulski⚡[Jan/3 ➞₿🔑] (@GenericBlog) December 28, 2018
A recurrent complain came again with the occasion of Hoskinson’s latest tweet. Some members of crypto Twitter argued that Cardano’s updates tend too much towards technicalities with no effect on mass adoption, as they are hard to understand by the general public.
More stuff only PH.D students+ will understand?— Adam Palmkvist (@AdamPalmkvist) December 28, 2018
spot on! i agree with the people that rather hear announcements to warn of BIG announcements, if it is something to be understood by the common human...maybe it will be this time— johny button (@johny_button) December 29, 2018
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