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Daniel Larimer
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Daniel Larimer Oct 5
is right that decentralization is a poorly defined word with many different aspects. tries to find a balance between architectural, political, and logical decentralization. True decentralization is free market competition among blockchains.
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Daniel Larimer Oct 3
Replying to @julius_sky
Internal vs external politics. A currency that can add segwit contrary to many holders desires has internal politics.
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Daniel Larimer Oct 3
Replying to @DecentralizTech
Colluding 51% can ignore 49% giving them no rewards.
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Daniel Larimer Oct 1
Replying to @attug
Neither bitcoin nor ethereum solve centralization nor collusion.
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Daniel Larimer Oct 1
Replying to @cryptoanteater
Agree. Centralized mining pools shouldn’t stop bitcoin progress. True decentralization is free market competition among different colluding groups.
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Daniel Larimer Oct 1
Replying to @EloqCrypto
It’s a lot better.
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Daniel Larimer Oct 1
Satoshi’s vision of a trustless politics free currency died when hash power voting was adopted to change rules. A true politics free system has immutable rules. and are mutable protocols and are more prone to collusion of the unelected Chinese than .
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EOS New York Sep 29
“The bottom line,” Larimer had told a packed room, ” is that Blockchain is just a fundamentally better architecture. A more secure architecture, more accountable architecture.”
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Daniel Larimer Oct 1
Replying to @VitalikButerin
I agree with you, which is why I have advocated not implementing the proposal system and keeping producer pay at 1%
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Daniel Larimer Oct 1
Replying to @VitalikButerin
enables proof of completeness when all accepted user inputs are present. This is critical for any corporate buyout. It also enables proof of order which is the fundamental requirement for determining consensus state.
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Daniel Larimer Oct 1
Blockchains improve accountability of all multiuser systems, unfortunately no technology solves all political problems. Dont let perfect be enemy of progress.
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Brent Farese Sep 27
Interesting article of downsides of distributed databases and why they have not excelled vs. blockchain or DLT. Thoughts vs. your article?
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Kevin Simler Sep 12
A move I wish people made more often. C.f. this great blog post by
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Daniel Larimer Sep 27
Looks like someone needed to attend my blockchain live talk. Private block chains can save businesses billions in cyber security liability that cannot be replicated by traditional databases.
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Daniel Larimer Sep 24
The decentralization of which you speak is not objectively defined. How can you claim it’s been sacrificed? Decentralization is a means not an end goal.
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Daniel Larimer Sep 24
your proposal to reach 500 tps for transfers only seems overkill and undesirably complicated when pow and pos chains have been doing 500+ tps for years!
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Crystal Rose ⚡️ Sep 24
London was by far the best hackathon I’ve been to in over a decade of participating the largest hackathons in the world. The only one that came close was EOS Hong Kong. Incredible work team!
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AngelHack Sep 24
Check out the London closing ceremony in the video below 🙌
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Hashim Shubbar 🍁 Sep 23
Had really great time at the and extremely grateful to meet many talented people during the weekend. Congrats to EoShield on a more than a well deserved win 🙌🏽
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LangChain Sep 22
EOS hand sign LangChain made! find out little EOS tattoo on the hands !!
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