David Gokhshtein Is Criticized By Cardano’s Founder For Spreading “Fake News” About The Ripple Case
In a recent tweet, Input Output CEO Charles Hoskinson attacked cryptocurrency influencer David Gokhshtein and charged him of disseminating “false news” about the legal dispute involving Ripple and the SEC.
This followed Gokhshtein’s tweet that the crucial case would “supposedly” be resolved by December 15 of this month based on what Hoskinson indicated during a recent ask-me-anything session on YouTube.
Hoskinson learned through word-of-mouth that the court case will finally reach its eagerly anticipated conclusion on December 15. The founder of Cardano also cautioned that the conclusion of the two-year legal dispute will probably have “catastrophic” repercussions for the entire sector.
Hoskinson emphasized that it was merely a report that he received from someone else in his response to Gokhshtein, though. So, it’s still doubtful that the case will be settled this month. In response, Gokhshtein hinted that he really hedged his tweet by pointing to the definition of the term “allegedly” in the dictionary. At the same time, the crypto influencer continued to praise Hoskinson, calling him “a terrific advocate” for the sector.
Even though the Ripple case’s last submissions from both parties were submitted in early December, the case is expected to take a while to resolve. Brad Garlinghouse, the CEO of Ripple, had stated that he anticipated the matter to be resolved in the first half of 2023.
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