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This article made me even more confident in Ethereum. From what I see, it's the only technology concerned with long-term sustainability and the only one tackling the Scalability Trilemma in a meaningful way. I can't wait to replace my government with a DAO.
This article made me even more confident in Ethereum. From what I see, it's the only technology concerned with long-term sustainability and the only one tackling the Scalability Trilemma in a meaningful way. I can't wait to replace my government with a DAO.
This article made me even more confident in Ethereum. From what I see, it's the only technology concerned with long-term sustainability and the only one tackling the Scalability Trilemma in a meaningful way. I can't wait to replace my government with a DAO.
This article made me even more confident in Ethereum. From what I see, it's the only technology concerned with long-term sustainability and the only one tackling the Scalability Trilemma in a meaningful way. I can't wait to replace my government with a DAO.
This article made me even more confident in Ethereum. From what I see, it's the only technology concerned with long-term sustainability and the only one tackling the Scalability Trilemma in a meaningful way. I can't wait to replace my government with a DAO.
Just wondering on what the ETA is for the 100 x scaling of ETH, these gas prices are going to repel anyone that knows anything about crypto; Especially when there are more than just a few other smart contract blockchains (with additional features as well) Just being real
Just wondering on what the ETA is for the 100 x scaling of ETH, these gas prices are going to repel anyone that knows anything about crypto; Especially when there are more than just a few other smart contract blockchains (with additional features as well) Just being real
Just wondering on what the ETA is for the 100 x scaling of ETH, these gas prices are going to repel anyone that knows anything about crypto; Especially when there are more than just a few other smart contract blockchains (with additional features as well) Just being real
Just wondering on what the ETA is for the 100 x scaling of ETH, these gas prices are going to repel anyone that knows anything about crypto; Especially when there are more than just a few other smart contract blockchains (with additional features as well) Just being real
Just wondering on what the ETA is for the 100 x scaling of ETH, these gas prices are going to repel anyone that knows anything about crypto; Especially when there are more than just a few other smart contract blockchains (with additional features as well) Just being real
Considering the statute of limitations for an unregistered security offering expired, no. Nothing big is on the way. And unless they want to eat an epic lawsuit for conflicting guidance by damaged investors in class action, GL HF walking it back and imposing any restrictions.
Considering the statute of limitations for an unregistered security offering expired, no. Nothing big is on the way. And unless they want to eat an epic lawsuit for conflicting guidance by damaged investors in class action, GL HF walking it back and imposing any restrictions.
Considering the statute of limitations for an unregistered security offering expired, no. Nothing big is on the way. And unless they want to eat an epic lawsuit for conflicting guidance by damaged investors in class action, GL HF walking it back and imposing any restrictions.
Considering the statute of limitations for an unregistered security offering expired, no. Nothing big is on the way. And unless they want to eat an epic lawsuit for conflicting guidance by damaged investors in class action, GL HF walking it back and imposing any restrictions.
Considering the statute of limitations for an unregistered security offering expired, no. Nothing big is on the way. And unless they want to eat an epic lawsuit for conflicting guidance by damaged investors in class action, GL HF walking it back and imposing any restrictions.
Sharding is the future of Ethereum scalability, and it will be key to helping the ecosystem support many thousands of transactions per second and allowing large portions of the world to regularly use the platform at an affordable cost. However, it is also one of the more misunderstood concepts in the Ethereum ecosystem and in blockchain ecosystems more broadly. It refers to a very specific set of ideas with very specific properties, but it often gets conflated with techniques that have very different and often much weaker security properties. The purpose of this post will be to explain exactly what specific properties sharding provides, how it differs from other technologies that are not sharding, and what sacrifices a sharded system has to make to achieve these properties.
Sharding is the future of Ethereum scalability, and it will be key to helping the ecosystem support many thousands of transactions per second and allowing large portions of the world to regularly use the platform at an affordable cost. However, it is also one of the more misunderstood concepts in the Ethereum ecosystem and in blockchain ecosystems more broadly. It refers to a very specific set of ideas with very specific properties, but it often gets conflated with techniques that have very different and often much weaker security properties. The purpose of this post will be to explain exactly what specific properties sharding provides, how it differs from other technologies that are not sharding, and what sacrifices a sharded system has to make to achieve these properties.
Sharding is the future of Ethereum scalability, and it will be key to helping the ecosystem support many thousands of transactions per second and allowing large portions of the world to regularly use the platform at an affordable cost. However, it is also one of the more misunderstood concepts in the Ethereum ecosystem and in blockchain ecosystems more broadly. It refers to a very specific set of ideas with very specific properties, but it often gets conflated with techniques that have very different and often much weaker security properties. The purpose of this post will be to explain exactly what specific properties sharding provides, how it differs from other technologies that are not sharding, and what sacrifices a sharded system has to make to achieve these properties.
Sharding is the future of Ethereum scalability, and it will be key to helping the ecosystem support many thousands of transactions per second and allowing large portions of the world to regularly use the platform at an affordable cost. However, it is also one of the more misunderstood concepts in the Ethereum ecosystem and in blockchain ecosystems more broadly. It refers to a very specific set of ideas with very specific properties, but it often gets conflated with techniques that have very different and often much weaker security properties. The purpose of this post will be to explain exactly what specific properties sharding provides, how it differs from other technologies that are not sharding, and what sacrifices a sharded system has to make to achieve these properties.
Sharding is the future of Ethereum scalability, and it will be key to helping the ecosystem support many thousands of transactions per second and allowing large portions of the world to regularly use the platform at an affordable cost. However, it is also one of the more misunderstood concepts in the Ethereum ecosystem and in blockchain ecosystems more broadly. It refers to a very specific set of ideas with very specific properties, but it often gets conflated with techniques that have very different and often much weaker security properties. The purpose of this post will be to explain exactly what specific properties sharding provides, how it differs from other technologies that are not sharding, and what sacrifices a sharded system has to make to achieve these properties.
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