stellarowl12 posted on June 05, 2019 22:41:36
I've long been a fan of Ethereum and the community's professional and collaborative approach.
Ethereum is the pre-eminent smart contracts / Dapps platform in the crypto world and was the reason why there were so many newcomers into the crypto space in 2017/2018.
Ethereum of course has its hurdles and roadblocks, but with so many smart people working on improving
lampedius posted on June 06, 2019 07:23:12
i love ETH you cant find much negativ to say accept that there development takes so long time. but this is a project that will be around forever in one form or another. Actualy ethereum is the fork and Ethereum classic is the original.
blackswan posted on September 13, 2019 04:48:30
Eth in my opinion is a must in any portfolio. They are very active and many clever heads work on the platform. Eth 2.0 is in the pipeline which will make it have super powers compared to what it already does in the Defi scene. Soon it will move to POS and there will be a massive scramble by people and hopefully institutions to hold the necessary 32 Eth to become a validator. Eth never stands still
Mackody posted on October 01, 2019 18:29:07
In terms of ease of onboarding, adoption, and ecosystem—ETH is leading the pack. The various ERC-XXX token protocols such as -720, -721, etc. Helped created the non-fungible token which is the technology behind popular games like CryptoKitties. Ethereum has also opened a new venue for digital artists to monetize and tokenize their works. Overall it’s a strong project with tons of backing. Only
mistergrin posted on October 16, 2019 12:08:29
Yes I know they are slow at shipping and could benefit from a more structured approach when it comes to the Ethereum Foundation. But alas this is a decentralized project and Vitalik is not CEO.
Yet they are pretty damn genius, the leaders behind Ethereum - Vitalik, Vlad, Joe Lubin, etc. I've watched their talks before and they are so damn smart when it comes to the technical side
kurtwuckertjr posted on October 27, 2019 22:22:33
In a basic sense, Ethereum is a distributed state machine, which is cool enough, but it can’t scale because it needs all states to settle on all nodes in order, so has limits stop Ethereum from doing anything over 15 tx/sec which is nowhere near enough for a “world computer.”
The funny thing is that we now know that Vitalik and Lubin knew Ethereum couldn’t scale, but they lied
pdo posted on November 16, 2019 15:30:16
When I first got into crypto, Ethereum was the first project I looked at. I'm a developer so I have the skills to dig around a ETH development framework, such as Truffle. I find the whole ecosystem confusing. The idea of smart contract and programmable blockchain sounds fancy. But like many things in software, fancy is a gloss for complex technology that doesn't work. I followed ETH development but
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