The impermanent move is a whimsical hug of Dorsey’s public diss of the blockchain, and Solana fans are partaking in the joke.
Outages and safety ratings may break Solana’s bones, but words will never hurt it. And Solana has a sense of humor.
The Layer-1 blockchain has jokingly renamed itself Solano on Twitter after Jack Dorsey misspelled the cryptocurrency’s name in a Twitter thread.
Dorsey, a prominent Bitcoin maximalist, has regularly ridiculed all cryptographic forms of money and chains other than Bitcoin as sub-par and questionable.
On Friday, the Twitter prime supporter reported Block auxiliary TBD’s expectation to make Web5, an “extra decentralized” stage worked on the Bitcoin blockchain to cure what Dorsey sees as Web3’s disappointments to safeguard clients’ security and individual information. Web3 is shorthand for the following cycle of the web that sudden spikes in demand for blockchains.
In articulating the requirement for a supposed “Web5,” Dorsey explicitly got down on Web3’s ongoing reliance on blockchains with weak links, like ETH and SOL. Be that as it may, he incorrectly spelled as “Solano.”
A blameless error, maybe? Or on the other hand a schoolyard strategy to belittle a foe whose name you lack the memorable opportunity?
One way or the other, SOL couldn’t miss the valuable chance to transform the call-out into a viral second.
Not long after Dorsey’s tweet on Friday, Solana changed its Twitter show name to Solano. Crypto Twitter immediately held onto on the chain’s hug of Dorsey’s diss, with many currently referring to it as “Solano” to proceed with the joke.
Solana’s prime supporter Anatoly Yakovenko has become known for not keeping down with regards to talking for the benefit of the organization.
Solana’s site actually alludes to the blockchain by its unique name, yet it will be amusing to perceive how long Solana keeps the name change on Twitter.