“The Internet of Money shouldn’t cost $0.05 per transaction. It’s kind of absurd.” Those were the comments of Vitalik Buterin back in 2014 when Bitcoin, fueled by the ICO hysteria, was literally sinking under its own weight. Funny enough, Buterin has addressed the same tweet and isn’t budging. The co-founder is reiterating his stance, maintaining that transacting should be cheaper than centralized systems.
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