- Ethereum’s CEO and co-founder claimed over twitter that TRON’s platform is 10 times more flawed.
- Ethereum is always seen as a mortal enemy whereas TRON is always considered that crazy distant uncle whom it’s cool to be friends with.
- Bitcoin community had formed an unexpected biased alliance with the TRON’s CEO which only added to the heat of the arguments.
Vitalik Buterin in his tweet said It seems like joke to him how BTC community is supporting tron. Ethereum is always seen as a mortal enemy whereas TRON is always considered that crazy distant uncle whom it’s cool to be friends with.
Like, from any serious point of view, any flaw that ETH has from the perspective of BTC community values, Tron has 10x more. And yet, ETH is often a mortal enemy, and yet Tron, at least psychologically, is viewed as a distant crazy uncle it's cool to be kinda friends with.
— vitalik.eth (@VitalikButerin) July 3, 2020
TRON Recieved a Twitter Emoji Before Ethereum
In a tweet by Udi Wertheimer where he said that Tron is greater than Ethereum had started all the heated debate. The tweet was in the context on Tron receiving a Twitter emoji before Ethereum could. In February, the Bitcoin community had formed an unexpected biased alliance with the TRON’s CEO. Apaartenly, It only added to the heat of the arguments.
— Udi Wertheimer (@udiWertheimer) July 3, 2020
Some experts interpret that what Buterin intended to mean that the people who do not actually belong to a group may also join the group whenever it is convenient for them. In his tweet he justified that what he feels is that the weird half joking who are overzealous about TRON are a perfect example of this.
Historice Reference of 6 Year Old Article
In his Twitter thread Ethereum Founder made a historical comparison. he added a screenshot from an article which was written by Buter ‘Scott Alexander’. He is a renowned psychiatrist from San Francisco. The article was posted on Slate Star Codex, but it was deleted. Ironically, the article was six years old . It was about a similar unexpected alliance between Japan and Germany in World War II. It gave rise to the Triple Pact on September 27, 1940.