I would like to agree with you (that a free market determines who lives or dies) but that’s the…
erick calder
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I agree with you that decentralization is paramount for bitcoin. However, I believe the current centralization concerns are a False Flag propagated by many of the developers. I know there are many centralization concerns and I have looked into all of them, I don’t see it. The only ones currently legislating bitcoin are the main developers. They right all the rules in the code. I think they are brilliant coders, maybe the best. That doesn’t mean they have a full understanding of complex systems and free markets. Complex systems MUST adapt to their environment or they die and become extinct. If markets are forced to use another crypto to do the things that need to be done, they will, and bitcoin will become myspace. I myself am being forced to use other cryptos to do things I previously did with bitcoin. I don’t want to but I have no choice. At this point business are just trying to make things work and have as much to lose as anyone, they don’t want to kill the goose either.

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