An accusatory finger has been pointed at the decentralised Bitcoin mining venture OCEAN, linked to former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
An unnamed developer, identified only as Leonidas, has publicly accused OCEAN of engaging in the censorship of transactions related to Bitcoin Ordinals.
Leonidas, chose the X (formerly known as Twitter) as the platform to air grievances against OCEAN, raising concerns over the purported interference with Ordinals transactions.
OCEAN, which aspires to revolutionise Bitcoin mining with a commitment to transparency and fairness, now finds its principles challenged by allegations of transaction censorship.
Despite these allegations, neither OCEAN nor Jack Dorsey has issued an official response.
Leonidas’ post has also been met with some level of cynicism:
Mummolin, the parent company steering the ship for decentralised Bitcoin mining pool OCEAN, previously concluded a $6.2 million seed funding round.
Led by Jack Dorsey, the funding also saw participation from Accomplice, Barefoot Bitcoin Fund, MoonKite, NewLayer Capital, and Bitcoin Opportunity Fund.