…volved around the concept of digitizing trust. A theme promoted by Andrew Keys of ConsenSys is that “As the internet resulted in a digitization of information, blockchains result in the digitization of trust and agreements.” This meaningful thesis embodies the ethos of what blockchains hope to achieve while also paving the way for a further path. The additional variable would be the digitization of value. When value is attached to the trust that is implemented into a system, then certain alignment structures and incentive mechanisms will influence and incentivize proper behaviors within a system, resulting in a robust platform.
You talked about a need for discussion about ideas; you need to learn the difference between “I think we should adopt Go as our primary language” and “I think one-third of my colleagues are either biologically unsuited to do their jobs, or if not are exceptions and should be suspected of such until they can prove otherwise to each and every person’s satisfaction.” Not all ideas are the same, and not all conversations about ideas even have basic legitimacy.