- After a heated drama over Twitter, the founder of Tron Justin Sun stated he will personally 100% sponsor anyone, affected by the DAO incident.
- However, Sun’s statement roared social media while he was exchanging words with Buterin, in STEEM.
- Furthermore, Sun moves a step replying on Grubles’s post that says DAO hacker directly obtained USD 72 million in ETH per the DAO smart contract.
After a heated drama over Steemit on Twitter, the founder of Tron Justin Sun stated that he will personally 100% sponsor anyone who was affected by the DAO incident. Additionally, Sun is seeking damages from the co-founder of Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin.
The Upcoming Steem Hard fork
However, Sun’s statement roared social media while he was exchanging words with Buterin, in STEEM. Especially, the upcoming hard fork that will seize USD 7 million from certain users’ wallets.
As per the report, Steem hard fork is expected to commence today. Accordingly, USD 7 million worth of coins to seize from the accounts at the current rate, posing a straightforward threat to Steem blockchain.
To which, Buterin responded whether Steem users are moving to Hive, that forked from Steem. Moreover, Justin Sun directly replied to Buterin saying shouldn’t every Ethereum users just be moving to Tron at this point.
— H.E. Justin Sun 🅣🌞🇬🇩 (@justinsuntron) May 19, 2020
Ethereum Based Assets Are Not Safe
Furthermore, Founder Of Tron moves a step replying on Grubles’s post that says DAO hacker directly obtained USD 72 million in ETH per the DAO smart contract. To which, Sun responded that Blockchain invalidates the irreducibility of the Ethereum blockchain. He added, no one’s Ethereum-based assets are safe, he will personally sponsor users to seek damages from Vitalik Buterin.
Blockchain never forgets! It invalidates the immutability of the #Ethereum blockchain, such that no one’s Ethereum-based assets is safe. I will personally 100% sponsor anyone who was harmed by the DAO incident to seek damages from @VitalikButerin. https://t.co/MVrk5Q6tMJ
— H.E. Justin Sun 🅣🌞🇬🇩 (@justinsuntron) May 20, 2020
One more time Twitter saw the return of Buterin vs. Sun. The founders of significant blockchain once again hook over an exclusive issue of a forthcoming Steem hard fork. This grabs the attention of several users to present their flip-flop responses over the social media platform.