It’s eccentric to see someone castigating the firm they have founded in the past; you might wonder what went wrong with the company’s decision or new establishment. If you’re a follower of the tech industry, you might know the name Jamie “jwz” Zawinski.
People who aren’t familiar with the name could also hear him for no reason other than making amusing statements on social media. He is famous for being one of the few original creators of Netscape and also one of the founders of the Mozilla Project.
On January 3, “jwz” directly lambasted the Mozilla corporation through a tweet on Twitter for its choice to accept remittance in the form of digital currency Bitcoin, Ethereum, and famous meme-based Dogecoin, via Bitpay to contribute to Mozilla’s services.
His official Twitter post reads ” Hi, I’m sure that whoever runs this account has no idea who I am, but I founded @mozilla, and I’m here to say fuck you and fuck this. Everyone involved in the project should be witheringly ashamed of this decision to partner with planet-incinerating Ponzi grifters.”
It distinctly depicts the transition of Jamie for not being a spectator in the stadium; if his obscenity knot tweet needs attention, it could be from Mozilla itself to give a responsible response to the expletive command over the company’s new decision.
Howbeit, we are not seeing it from the vantage point of Jamie’s, but we are avidly focusing on the impact which it would create on the customers or the people who want to see the annihilation of digital currency in front of them. Simultaneously, it’s very unlikely Jaime’s disapprobation will possess any strong impact over Mozilla, given the underlying fact that he is no longer a respectful member of Mozilla.
From a professional standpoint, restructuring the company’s policy and adopting cryptocurrency to improve the income sources isn’t a surprising thing as many companies adopt the same situation.