Max Keiser, the well-known Bitcoin advocate has called the founder of Cardano a “terrorist” and suggested that ADA be kicked out of Wyoming.
In a recent tweet, Max Keiser called Ethereum a worthless token and scam, and Hoskinson he called terrorists. He also wondered why ADA is not banned in the state of Wyoming by pro-crypto Senator Cynthia Lummis.
Keiser continued anti-Cardano tirade, explaining that the President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, kicked Hoskinson out of the country and, in fact, banished him along with other terrorists.
In June last year, El Salvador declared that no cryptocurrency other than Bitcoin is used as legal tender in the country, since it is impossible to have ten legal tender. Having two of them, the US dollar and Bitcoin, is already quite a challenge, according to President Bukele.
In an earlier tweet, Keiser said that Cardano is far from even remotely decentralized compared to Bitcoin, which he really considers decentralized.
Earlier this week, a new crypto bill was proposed by two US senators, Kirsten Gillibrand from New York, a member of the Democratic Party, and Republican Cynthia Lummis from Wyoming.
The bill proposed that Bitcoin and Ethereum should be regulated as commodities and supervised by the CFTC. The remaining cryptocurrencies are to be defined as securities, apart from secondary values, which are Solana and Cardano.
Referring to the bill, Max Keiser wondered why Senator Lummis considers Ethereum as a commodity next to Bitcoin, while he considers ETH and everything else except BTC to be centralized fraud.
Senators told CNBC that Bitcoin shines as a store of value and should be part of a 401(k) retirement plan.