There is a significant indication that the CEO of Tron (TRX) Justin Sun and the co-founder of Ethereum (ETH) would soon make up their differences for the development and betterment of the cryptocurrency industry.
It’s obvious that the duos are not in good terms, considering the number of times they have come head to head in an altercation. The sour relationship between them also showed face during the Steem takeover saga.
The two are important personalities in the cryptocurrency ecosystem, and this unfriendly relationship they set in motion, adds no value to the development of the crypto industry.
Vitalik Buterin Signals Peace
Vitalik Buterin, the Ethereum (ETH) co-founder has recently sent a gesture of peace, and the significance of this gesture is seemingly clear.
He recently took to Twitter to make a sensitive Poll that has since attracted thousands of responses. In the Poll, he asked about the outcome of allowing peace in the course of a long fight between two individuals, just for the betterment of humanity.
He drew the range of the progress they would make together in percentages, then asked the crypto community members to vote. The option are <40, 40-200%, 200-1000%, and >1000%.
The vote is still ongoing. At press time, the option “greater than 1000%” is leading the way with a very long margin, which indicates that the majority of the crypto community members clamor for peace between the two of the most important and productive personalities in the crypto industry.
Vitalik Buterin shared:
“If we stopped fighting each other and learned to work together for the betterment of humanity, our rate of technical/economic/social progress would increase by…”
If we stopped fighting each other and learned to work together for the betterment of humanity, our rate of technical/economic/social progress would increase by:
— vitalik.eth (@VitalikButerin) April 30, 2020
Justin Sun Responds
The founder and CEO of Tron (TRX) did not hold back his response to the tweet. This also indicates that Sun subscribed to the message, and both could become the best of friends soon, for the benefit of the crypto ecosystem.
In response to the Poll, Justin Sun wrote the word “Agree”.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) April 30, 2020