Karl Floersch

I think it makes more sense to focus on stuff like Hopper, “Greg Meredith’s language” or native contracts.
I don’t see any long term gains in putting in the work to turn solidity into a “full blown” language when the EVM explicitly exists to make such work difficult.
Web3 is the right direction. The problem isn’t that Ethereum relies on JS too much, the issue is that Ethereum does not interoperate with existing systems enough.

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