Ethereum (ETH) co-founder Vitalik Buterin recently asked the Twitter crypto community to share what they disagree with. Some well-known Ethereum developers were quick to take advantage of the opportunity and share their thoughts on a variety of subjects.
“What is the most you disagree with me?” master of Ethereum said on Sunday.
In response, Ethereum developer Tim Beiko said he disagreed with Buterin about how “fast we can deliver goods.” He added that those who are “afraid” developers may “not be able to deliver as quickly as possible as a good solution to privacy.”
“IMO anything that isn’t private by default for the majority of users can’t be used and the window that can be sent is small,” Beiko added.
Polynya, a pseudonymous Ethereum researcher, appears to disagree with Buterin on the subject of soulbound tokens, which are tokens that cannot be sold or separated from their owners.
Buterin has been very vocal about this token lately. After the start explore idea in a blog post earlier this year, which is a co-author research paper in mid-May explains how non-transferable Soulbound Tokens (SBTs) can create a rich, pluralistic ecosystem in Ethereum, called a “Decentralized Society” (DeSoc). Buterin expected soulbound tokens to encode social relationships of trust.
However, Polynya argues that “identity & reputation are complex and subjective variables that cannot be adequately characterized by numbers in the blockchain,” adding that SBT will have limited use cases.
Others also focus on SBT:
Eric Conner, product researcher at blockchain startup Gnosisargues that Buterin’s focus on gambling in crypto could hurt the industry, as it “fuels” the understanding of the whole idea that gambling is a scam.
Anthony Sassano, an Ethereum educator and founder of the blog The Daily Gwei, writes that Buterin doesn’t have to give legitimacy to the most famous memecoin, Dogecoin (DOGE).
Meanwhile, Ethereum core developer Hudson Jameson argues that Buterin’s avoidance of political topics does not create a neutral stance, but “only gives[s] stronger against aggressors and oppressors. “
Mariano Conti, Head of Smart Contracts at Maker Foundationtouched on the topic of immortality.
In a June 2021 interview with computer scientist and YouTuber Lex Fridman, Buterin claimed that humans can live forever. “I definitely think we can get there,” she said said in time.
“I don’t know, but as I got older, I started to reconcile with the fact that we were still on this planet for a while, hopefully living a happy and productive life, and then giving way to a new generation,” Mariano said. said.
And Santi Siri from Evidence of Humanity hinted at a story by Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges who describes “immortality as an animal that ultimately lacks time and language.”