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"Back in 2018, not long after the Bitcoin crash, many casual crypto enthusiasts and nocoiners were quick to write off the potential the ecosystem had. Many saw the crash as the time to liquidate and back off from the crypto space. Ethereum, then three years old, was still plagued with scalability issues, along with slow transactions with a low transaction throughput.  While some blockchains attempted to solve the scalability issues, and boasted a high throughput back then, they also had to severely compromise on decentralization, something which is one of the most important benefits of blockchain technology."
"Back in 2018, not long after the Bitcoin crash, many casual crypto enthusiasts and nocoiners were quick to write off the potential the ecosystem had. Many saw the crash as the time to liquidate and back off from the crypto space. Ethereum, then three years old, was still plagued with scalability issues, along with slow transactions with a low transaction throughput.  While some blockchains attempted to solve the scalability issues, and boasted a high throughput back then, they also had to severely compromise on decentralization, something which is one of the most important benefits of blockchain technology."
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