You work for Coinbase right? So you actually have a job thanks to Bitcoin and its users. So you are basically my employee, you’re fired for being an idiot and a drama queen and not being able to see facts.
Bitcoin should grow but according to the safest path, which isn’t with devs with no blockchain protocol experience who…
The funny part is that you’re saying “it’s so factually incorrect”, while the actual Ethereum developers agree that it brings up valid points, even leading to Vitalik publicly announcing he will not be an advisor anymore on new ICO projects. I guess you were wrong then weren’t you? It’s ok, we all make mistakes :) Some people just more than others.
I did not say it can’t do more, well it’s already difficult because for its actual use case of smart contracts, you need more gas, which is very expensive. It can do more, but as Vlad points out, it doesn’t at this point. It’s a fancy multisig crypto.
The issue isn’t about making a faster chip, that’s fine, that’s research and development and innovation at work.
The issue is that for a very long time they’ve blocked progress on Bitcoin protocol level by blocking and fudding Segwit. It made no sense to not accept that protocol improvement…
Now onto the business of Hardforking away ASICBoost.
What Greg proposed was a soft fork.
Bitfury hasn’t mined an empty block in a very long time.
They already admitted they have ASICBoost on their chips and that they tested it. Why have ASICBoost on your chips if you’re not planning to use them?
I have removed it.
I’m honestly not convinced but there might be a small chance that people have used you and your name without you being involved, even though I’m skeptical about that after being in Bitcoin for a while now, especially considering that it’s your patent, your company that’s…
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