- Charles Hoskinson accused the XRP community of holding a conspiracy theory against Ethereum’s Joseph Lubin.
- According to Hoskinson, many XRP supporters believe Lubin bribed the SEC to go after XRP.
- Hoskinson was allegedly assisting in the trivialization and cover-up of Lubin’s corruption.
Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson has reiterated that several XRP community members are embarking on a conspiracy theory campaign against Ethereum’s Co-Founder, Joseph Lubin. According to Hoskinson, many XRP supporters believe Lubin bribed the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to go after XRP to eliminate competition for Ethereum.
Hoskinson made the recent statement via a post on X (formerly Twitter) in response to Mr. Huber, a renowned XRP supporter, and other XRP community members. Huber and his group had accused Hoskinson of doing everything to publicly embarrass the XRP community following his repeated statements about the lack of evidence over the allegation that Lubin bribed the SEC.
Huber, who describes himself as a “sleuth looking for truth,” also accused Hoskinson of assisting in the trivialization and cover-up of Lubin’s corruption, believing it was a constructive approach to bring clarity to Cardano. In response, Hoskinson told Huber he was mixing things up and could not differentiate between his “free pass” argument and allegations of ConsenSys bribing the SEC to go after XRP.
The Cardano founder insisted that until those accusing Lubin of bribing the SEC provide evidence, their allegations would amount to spreading conspiracies and participating in slander.
Hoskinson further explained that both the arguments of Lubin attempting to bring down XRP and ‘negotiating’ for a free pass for Ethereum are different and should not be considered the same by XRP community members.
Hoskinson shared a YouTube video from last October to further argue his point, presenting his thoughts on the XRP case. In the video, Hoskinson outlined what he described as “baseline stuff,” affirming that he is “NOT OK” with corruption and is against people using relationships to improperly influence government policy.
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