David Gokhshtein, a former US politician, who contested for a seat in the United States Congress during the last elections, has recently hit back at the critics of the emerging smart contract platform, Cardano (ADA).
According to Gokhshtein, many members of the crypto community who see the Cardano project as a threat to their choice blockchain projects have gone on a rampage to criticize the efforts of the brains behind the consistent development of the project.
He further stated that he will wait for a product that works 100%, which indicates that he’s one of those crypto big guns that are counting on Cardano (ADA).
David Gokhshtein tweeted, “Everyone wants to talk sh*t about Cardano for trying to get it right. Instant gratification really sucks. I’ll wait for a product that works 100%.”
Everyone wants to talk sh*t about Cardano for trying to get it right.
Instant gratification really sucks.
I’ll wait for a product that works 100%.$ADA
— David Gokhshtein (@davidgokhshtein) March 12, 2021
Does It Mean He’s Considering Joining Cardano (ADA) Bandwagon?
Gokhshtein is a stern supporter of XRP. Although he’s probably holding the embattled digital currency, he’s one of those wise big names in the crypto space that know how to diversify their cryptocurrency portfolio when necessary.
Even though he focuses on XRP as earlier stated, he has a number of digital currencies he also touts. A couple of weeks ago, he hinted at the VeChain community of the increased popularity of the digital token VET among the users of the invite-only social media app, Clubhouse.
So, Gokhshtein does not base his investment choice on a particular digital token, which makes it possible that he might be considering joining the Cardano (ADA) bandwagon, just like Gene Simmons, the popular American singer, who purchased the sum of $300,000 worth of ADA a few weeks ago.
As expected, his comment in the defense of Cardano (ADA) has attracted reactions from various quarters in the crypto community, especially the communities of smart contract platform rivals, such as Ethereum, Polkadot, among others.