In response to this show of contrition, Sam Bankman-Fried paid tribute to Chef Nomi for this decision, while reminding his Twitter audience of the founder’s earlier good work. The FTX CEO added that part of the returned ETH will now be used to fund the scheduled buyback.
Since taking charge, Sam Bankman-Fried has helped to initiate changes aimed at assuaging investors, some of whom are reportedly contemplating taking legal action. Meanwhile, following this latest announcement about the airdrop, YFI creator Andre Cronje tweeted that events tied to the Sushiswap fiasco have not helped the cause of defi.
In his reply to Sam Bankman-Fried on Twitter, Cronje said:
“LOL. Thanks for making defi a joke again. One step forward and ten steps back.”
Cronje suggested that the Sushiswap team is copying from the 2017 initial coin offering (ICO) scam playbook. The YFI creator then provided what he terms as an ICO scam checklist. The list includes an “airdrop, buyback, insane salaries, large team allocation, forked geth (Uniswap).”
Interestingly, when Chef Nomi tweeted an apology, Cronje replied saying:
Less apology, more coding. Sushiswap needs you. Get back to work and build something that leaves a legacy. You chose Sushiswap over yourself, now just keep building.
In the meantime, the Sushi token has since partially recovered after dropping to $1.30 following Chef Nomi’s previous departure. At the time of writing, the token traded at $2.30. Despite the criticism, Sam Bankman-Fried and his team are confident that the surrendering control to the community pre-empts further events of developers making unilateral decisions.
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