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Vitalik Buterin Uses Questionable Historical Comparison to Explain Crypto Tribalism

Ethereum (ETH) co-founder Vitalik Buterin tweeted that TRON (TRX) sympathizers within the Bitcoin (BTC) community are a “perfect example” of German Nazis aligning with Japan during the Second World War. Vitalik drew the questionable comparison in a reply to Bitcoin activist and independent developer Udi Wertheimer, who tweeted: “#Tron > #Ethereum”. The

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Vitalik Buterin Disagrees With Bitcoin Stock-To-Flow Prediction Model

That Bitcoin “halving”–a pre-programmed on-chain event, affects prices is unfalsifiable. However, the Stock-to-Flow price (S2F) prediction model centered on this event draws more questions than answers because of its inconsistencies. This is the assessment of Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, who on June 14, 2020, posted his view on

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This Political Conversation With Vitalik Buterin Shows How Ethereum Could Change the World

New York congressional candidate Jonathan Herzog hosted a live YouTube broadcast with Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin on Monday, along with author and activist Glen Weyl.  Herzog is a democratic candidate who previously worked on Andrew Yang’s failed yet crypto-savvy presidential campaign earlier in 2020.  These three white men talked about the protests

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Stablecoins Can Transfer Value Across Blockchains, Says Vitalik Buterin

Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin thinks that the stablecoin industry is missing a valuable opportunity to improve interoperability between different blockchains. In a lengthy Twitter thread on May 20, Buterin suggested that stablecoins could enable users to move value across different blockchains:“In the specific case of issuer-backed stablecoins there's lots of things

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Blockchains and Antitrust Laws Share the Same Objective, Says Vitalik Buterin

In a recently published paper, Ethereum cofounder Vitalik Buterin along with Harvard faculty Thibault Schrepel argued that blockchain is positioned to help antitrust laws in areas where regulations are difficult to apply and enforce.The paper, dubbed Blockchain Code as Antitrust, explains that blockchains can aid antitrust laws by increasing decentralization

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