It appears the ongoing rift between SundaeSwap and CardStater is not going to end soon as Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson has once again step in to see to the end of the feud between the two parties involved. And the ongoing conflict is exactly what Satoshi Nakamoto didn’t like to meddle into because both aggrieved partners are building Bitcoin’s blockchain.
The ongoing feud is not the time for the two parties to continue the public spat because of their crucial role in building blockchain networks for most of the top cryptocurrency platforms in the industry.
The public spat came to the fore when on 4 February 2022, CardStarter filed a lawsuit against SundaeSwap to the shock of many with Hoskinson expressing his disappointment in the outcome of what emerged from the spat.
Hoskinson believes that CardStarter may be asking for more than what was promised to them. The actual value of the compensation reported was 150 million worth of Sundae tokens. Meanwhile, Sundae, for their part, wants to release only 10 million tokens as compensation at the said time.
However, Hoskinson has remarked that the court process would be expensive for both parties, with the possibility of taking months or even years before they can resolve their differences. Furthermore, he also cautioned would-be entrepreneurs to go the conventional way when negotiating deals instead of closing deals over social networking sites.
The Feud Irritates Me, Said Hoskinson
Recall that the root of the problem is when CardStarter and SundaeSwap entered into a couple of deals to work as partners and share whatever comes their way. Friction started coming up when SundaeSwap experienced remarkable growth while CardStarter stayed static due to the losses it suffered.
The disagreement arises due to the absence of compromise between the conflicting parties and their failure to find common ground to iron out their differences before it spiral out of control.
Hoskinson has previously blasted the two parties to sort their issues together and away from the public’s prying eyes and choose an out-of-court settlement. Doing this would give parties the avenue to see where they all went wrong and right their mistakes. Hoskinson seems to have toned down his outburst now with the legal battles taking place.
In his contribution to the ongoing legal action, a crypto-related researcher, Max Maher, has concluded that the spat is an avoidable incident, and it happens because the two leading project leaders are too inexperienced to grasp the complex sides of deals like this. He also blamed CardStarter for making false promises and SundaeSwap for not putting anything in writing from the onset.
Notwithstanding, the ensuing spat may have put Cardano in the spotlight but has nothing to do with the blockchain or the founder himself.
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