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Relevants Chris Remus discusses the current issues with centralisation of staking in Proof of Stake networks, and how we risk just replicating legacy institutions in this new system if this can't be resolved. "Proof-of-stake blockchains are becoming centralized among a few validators, repplicating the flaws of traditional as the rich get richer."
Relevants Chris Remus discusses the current issues with centralisation of staking in Proof of Stake networks, and how we risk just replicating legacy institutions in this new system if this can't be resolved. "Proof-of-stake blockchains are becoming centralized among a few validators, repplicating the flaws of traditional as the rich get richer."
Thank you for posting this here 🙏
Thank you for posting this here 🙏
It's a really good article Chris 👍
It's a really good article Chris 👍
Worrying indeed. That the impermanent loss issue is easy to manipulate doesn’t make it more optimistic. Hope alone doesn’t help, education does. Thanks for your train of thought, greatly appreciated it!
Worrying indeed. That the impermanent loss issue is easy to manipulate doesn’t make it more optimistic. Hope alone doesn’t help, education does. Thanks for your train of thought, greatly appreciated it!
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