A Recent Tweet By Whale Panda Regarding Tron Earned Him Some Serious Flack

Ritika Sharma
Ritika Kumari Sharma is an Economics Honors graduate from the University of Calcutta. She is completely into finance and believes that cryptocurrencies are the future. She is an enthusiast learner about the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.
  • Whale Panda has posted a tweet where he claimed that he used to think the Tron project was bad until he saw how many people got upset due to such an idea.
  • Justin took Eth code and, without any attribution, used it for his project.
  • One can truly see that the community is widely divided on whether Tron or Ethereum is a scam and will continue to defend and attack each other to prove their points.

Whale Panda, an angel investor, has posted a tweet where he claimed that he used to think the Tron project was bad until he saw how many people got upset due to such an idea. People who follow Ethereum are calling Tron a scam are hypocrites, and if Justin is a scammer, then so is Vitalik.

“Both a shady ICO with overhyped features and (at least in Tron’s case) good marketing.”

Whale Panda went on to write that the difference between Justin and Vitalik is that Justin agrees that his coins are useless. He isn’t like Vitalik who wrote a “pseudo-intellectual” article covering five pages to hide the scam he is doing.

He also wrote that in the end, the real winner of smart-contract ICO scams that is going to expose Ethereum would be Tezos. This series of tweets, just like any other tweet of this nature, was supported by a few users while others criticized Whale Panda.

One user asked Whale Panda that did he even try Tron before making such statements. A user said that “Good marketing” in this context means overhyping and spending huge sums of money on the “brainless” ones. A user said that comparing Ethereum with Tron is valid. However, the same cannot be done with Vitalik and Justin.

Justin took Eth code and, without any attribution, used it for his project. The white paper published by him was also plagiarized, and even the technology is built on lies. The user said that Justin is an outright scammer. However, some people were not concerned much about whether Ethereum or Tron are scammers.

One user said that it’s just like “choosing your poison” and in his case, he went with Ethereum and managed to make some money and thus will continue to support Vitalik and Ethereum. One can truly see that the community is widely divided on whether Tron or Ethereum is a scam and will continue to defend and attack each other to prove their points.

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