The media has the power to shape public opinion and influence the way that people think about issues, events, and people. This can be a positive force when the media is used to inform and educate the public, but it can also be a negative force when the media is used to manipulate or deceive people. The media has the ability to present information in a way that influences how people perceive and understand it. The media can also use techniques such as selective reporting, sensationalism, and bias to influence the way that people think about certain topics. Furthermore, the media can be used to manipulate public opinion by presenting false or misleading information as fact. CoinDesk published an article with predictions for 2023 in which it described Cardano as a Zombie chain and compared it to the EOS project. That doesn’t seem very objective at first glance. Let’s explore this more.
- Cardano and Bitcoin carry approximately the same number of transactions. CoinDesk probably miscalculated the transaction volume.
- For several years in a row, Cardano has been the project on which the team has been working most actively.
- CoinDesk editors give the impression that they don’t even have a basic overview of individual projects, don’t see any technological differences, and can’t even measure network activity well.
- The quality of CoinDesk’s articles may be affected by the composition of DCG’s portfolio.
This article was prepared by Cardanians with support from Cexplorer.
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