The founders of Solana and MakerDAO, Anatoly Yakovenko and Rune Christensen, respectively, have recently used X, formerly known as Twitter, to warn their respective communities against polarising behaviour. This appears to be an unusual display of cooperation among leaders in the typically polarising cryptocurrency industry.
Following Christensen’s disclosure that MakerDAO is considering using a fork of Solana’s knowledge for its next growth segment, this has happened. Yakovenko tweeted that he hoped the Solana group would not use MakerDAO’s decision as a weapon against Ethereum. He acknowledged that MakerDAO’s decision was a victory for open supply but cautioned against mistaking it for support for one blockchain over another.
according to U.Christensen cited Solana’s highly optimised codebase, robust ecosystem with a thriving developer community, and proven adaptability as the main reasons for considering it as the inspiration for his or her NewChain project, while also recognizing Cosmos as a potent but less efficient alternative.
Similar thoughts were repeated in Christensen’s tweet, which praised several blockchain technologies including Ethereum, Solana, and Cosmos. All chains are becoming more integrated, he highlighted, and they work together to form a global multichain community financial system.
According to Christensen, those who continue to hold onto tribalistic beliefs are “within the wrong decade” and may make it easier for others to build upon the foundations created by various blockchain technologies. The tweets reflect a more mature approach among industry leaders, who are more concerned with advancing technology as a whole than stoking the flames of blockchain competition.