Vitalik Buterin has revealed his biggest regret regarding Ethereum. In an organization on Twitter, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin allowed people he followed to ask him any questions they wanted. During his Ethereum journey, he answered two questions on his biggest regret. Details Cryptocoin. com.
Confessions from Ethereum co-founder
In six years, Ethereum has evolved from a newly launched project to a global settlement platform where $9 billion in value moves per day with applications ranging from DeFi to NFTs. So what does Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin regret the most? He made candid statements at a Twitter event today. The first statements were about the eight co-founders. These eight co-founders are Buterin himself, poker coach Mihai Alisie, Canadian entrepreneur Anthony Di Iorio, programmer Jeffrey Wilcke, mathematician Charles Hoskinson, Amir Chetrit of Colored Coins, Joseph Lubin, CEO of SyNerG Music, and computer scientist Gavin Wood. .
Hoskinson is now the founder of Cardano, which introduced smart contracts this month, while Gavin Wood is building Polkadot. Both are top 10 Blockchain platforms by market cap. At the time, there was a great debate about whether Ethereum should be a for-profit company or a for-profit company. It was almost incubated as a company but never definitively reconciled. This issue was divisive and even led to Hoskinson’s expulsion from the group. Buterin says in response to a related question:
It’s harder than I expected to tightly co-ordinate people in small groups. You can’t have everyone sitting in a circle, seeing each other’s natural goodness and getting along, especially when it comes to major conflicts of interest.
Regarding the design of the Ethereum Virtual Machine, Buterin said that making 256-bits is a bad idea, whereas it should be “64-bit with an arbitrary size bigint feature.” This refers to processing power with 64-bit systems that can process data faster. Buterin states that if he hadn’t been interested in crypto, he would probably have tried to design some kind of social media platform. He also expressed that despite moving slower now and living in different places for months, he still somehow remains a digital nomad. Buterin says:
I feel like the huge amount of time I spent in Singapore last year has changed me a bit. It was interesting to be on my own and with my own thoughts for the first time in almost a decade.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk was also among those who asked questions and asked Buterin what love is. “X AE A-12 don’t hurt me…” Buterin replied.