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Pilscoop’s comment on AotC - Moon or North Pole?
Thanks for taking our requests. Merry Christmas
AdamV’s comment on Cosmos SDK Club: Osmosis (Part 1)
Interesting. This is the first time I am hearing about Cosmos. Sounds like it might be time to investigate the chain. What are the top projects and what wallets does it interact with?
Husnu Coban’s comment on A NEW DAWN: Overview of Third Generation EOS Mainnet Software
As I understand it, a fork system will come to the Eos. I think this will be very useful if it's like the one that had etherum a before. I'm sure it will carry the eos as well as the etherum has carried it forward.
I hope I'm not mistaken.
Thanks for the nice article. That's good news.
I want to respect their opinion, but its very difficult to respect an opinion where banning something is part of that opinion. Being completely against bitcoin with opinions you hold I can respect and potentially learn from, but to embrace government overreach, not sure how that is a good view in any regard.
JOSEPH SADOVE comment on Why We Should Be Scared of Central Bank Digital Currencies
It's true that CBDC's may be in some ways problematic. But for reasonably clean well-governed liberal democracies, they represent an opportunity to make the system work more fairly than delegating to the banking sector, however well-governed and transparent it is.
But the notion that crypto is anything better is not just laughable it is hugely suspect: removing the transparent democratic control over a currency is an invitation to economic and political disaster. There is nothing about crypto that is an "economic" system, let alone one that has proven to be the greatest system to enhance living standards of the most number of people in human history.
Inflation is a feature of every system of production and exchange. It occurs most frequently as a side effect of supply. It can also be caused by mismanagement of an economy. There is a vast and clear history of national and international economics work and why. The silliness advanced in the crypto space that it is a "financial system" or that it somehow will miraculously alter how economies work is at best laughable.
But there are many fools out there who are looking to latch onto some hot tulips or, perhaps worse, are uninformed fools doing no one, including themselves and their progeny a favor.
The will end at some point and not well. Hang on, though, greed, opportunism and non-democratic state-sponsored misinformation will keep the nonsense going still for awhile. Let's hope for the empirically-oriented liberal democracies to swallow and shit this out soon
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