The mind behind Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin, is matter-of-fact about the crypto. In short, he believes what interviewer Naval Ravikant called “brain virus” is the true future of security and economics and, with the right incentives, Ethereum can replace things like credit card networks and even gaming servers. Buterin separates the world into two kinds of people. “There’s the average person who’s already heard of bitcoin and the average person who hasn’t,” he said. His project itself builds upon that notion by adding more utility to the blockchain, thereby creating something everyone will want to hear about. “Where Ethereum comes from is basically you take the idea of crypto economics and the kinds of economic incentives that keeps things like bitcoin going to create decentralized networks with memory for a whole bunch of applications,” he said. “A good blockchain application is something that needs decentralization and some kind of shared memory.” That’s what he’s building and hopes others will build on the Ethereum network. Vitalik Buterin (Ethereum Foundation) and Naval Ravikant at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2017 Right now the network is a bit too slow for most mainstream applications. “Bitcoin is processing a bit less than 3 transactions per second,” he… Read full this story
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