Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin is well-known for dismissing blockchain projects that claim high transaction speeds as “centralized” and unworthy. Long Vuong, founder of TomoChain (TOMO) has fired back with some criticism of his own.

TomoChain Offers 1,000TPS Compared to Ethereum’s Double Digits

The TomoChain network aims at being a public EVM-compatible blockchain with faster and cheaper transaction fees, among other features and promises.

Except it isn’t all just hot air. Their network already boasts transaction speeds of 1,000TPS–compared to Ethereum’s double digits.

Vuong recently stuck the knife into Ethereum, saying:

There are trade-offs in most systems. But Vitalik won’t be the one who makes the call about what’s trash and what isn’t.

He then twisted it a little further, adding:

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