an friday, Time Magazine Publish a cover story in Ethereum Founder Vitalik ButerinHe called him the “Prince of Cryptocurrency” and explained his efforts to reform the cryptocurrency world.
After publishing the article, Twitter Trolls began to mock Buterin’s appearance, comparing him to a “miserable” Tom Brady. Buterin himself referred to a barrage of tweets insulting his physical side, saying he didn’t even know who Brady was and had to ask people around him to explain it.
“I didn’t even know who Tom Brady was, I had to ask the people around me. My best guess is that it was the actor from Mission: Impossible [Tom Cruise]Buterin wrote.
Some of the harsh comments included people calling him too ugly to be that rich, and saying his face deserved to be pushed into a closet. However, most of the trolling consists of saying that Buterin looks like Brady if he stops exercising or if he eats dog food, among other things.
Tom Brady responds to Vitalik Buterin
Nearly 24 hours after Buterin’s post, Brady responded by thanking the Ethereum founder for his work in the cryptocurrency space, and crediting him with the opportunity to start his business. NFT company his signature. Brady went to call Buterin.goatHe said he hopes to meet him one day.
What’s up Vitalik! You may not know me but I just wanted to say I’m a big fan of youBrady wrote. Thank you for everything you’ve created in the crypto world, otherwise Autograph was not possible. I hope to meet you one day, you goat.”
Who is Vitalik Buterin?
Butyrene is a Russian born Computer programmer raised in Canada value it $1.5 billion. He co-founded Ethereum in 2014 and told TIME that he is now reforming the world he helped create.
“One of the decisions I made in 2022 was to try it Be more risky and less neutral‘ said Buterin. I’d rather have Ethereum offend some people than turn it into something that is nothing. “
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