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RE: Response to Vitalik Buterin on EOS

in #eos5 years ago

Vitalik Buterin a little worried!

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This is my sense as well - the points VB brought against EOS were trivial and have been addressed in the design of EOS. Considering how centralized Ethereum is vs Bitshares/Steem the DPOS slam is comical. Eth is complete garbage if your measuring stick is decentralization.

The fact of the matter is, in the 'real world', Bitshares and Steem are doing way, way better than Eth. We have every reason to expect EOS will perform the same or better, which means Eth is dead in about 12 months.

Im on this boat

great enough said bro

Yo thats what I'm saying brah! wayasayin

4 months left...............

Not really, if you watched the whole video he mentions that there will be plenty of room for all sorts of different decentralized models.

His critique isn't really "an attack" like Dan says, he just points out the difference in how the protocol is structured. I think dan makes a good point about ETH nodes in it's current state, but also ignores that each pool is made of hundreds if not thousands of potential nodes. All that being said ETH moves towards POS it will be way more decentralized than DPOS as far as a node structure.

All that being said ETH moves towards POS it will be way more decentralized than DPOS as far as a node structure.

I never understood this thought process. ETH's proposed POS consensus by definition is way more centralized than it's current POW algorithm

Haha yeah, obviously I respect and like the guy but one can't really argue he doesn't have bias due to his PoS

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