@poordart @SonSonThor @colourvoidwhere @manjamanga In my country the *only* gap that exists is pregnancy. Yet gender gap is still a political priority.
Introducing artificial womb would eliminate bad actors through choice. Could no longer be both privileged and play the victim at the same time.
So it would solve politics.
@twosevenkid @mudgen @evan_van_ness We are starting to see initiatives like this (big grants)
The trick is there isn't (can't be) some central entity controlling the eth economy.
There are natural incentives for running a minority client, but so far the organic result isn't perfect. IMO b/c pre merge is scary.
@Dulac_Bounded @evan_van_ness Option A: create something that is "prohibitively expensive" for a while
Option B: create something that is useless forever
We like option A.
The urgency is about the order of things. You wont get massive scaling before PoS. You wont get viable PoS without client diversity.
@evan_van_ness Have it in my calendar to set up a new minority client this week.
But will likely put it of if I cant decide on which.
A surprising but real problem with choice. 3-4 choices in particulair is tricky.
Maybe we should rotatooorr this and shill a separate client each month.
@nanransohoff @elonmusk If you ask around, you will probably realize most people have children in parts of their lives that are especially chaotic or uncertain/unsafe. It's probably not a bug as it would make sense for survival.
@DegenSpartan @testinprodcap zapper.fi seems to work pretty well.
There are probably more stuff like this and I haven't done research. I like things where you can just paste the address and don't have to connect/sign in.
@0xfbifemboy 1. is speculation
You didnt understand 2. (feel free to ask)
3. and 4. have been explicitly stated all the time. Why did it take you this long to listen?
Seems your critique needs more critique than the subject (because your subject is OlympusDAO - not this dumb market)
@kr4chinin Sorry if I am out of line and missing something here... but doesn't 70% staked on a rebase token just mean its a remarkably dumb crowd (like >20% have no idea what they are doing at all)?
@DrNickA I did buy a dragon for $12k and only eventually sold it for crumbs to recoup some taxes.
But yes, funny as it is, I am still very level headed in this context.
@DrNickA Someone wise (don't remember who) once suggested to always discount 20% of crypto net worth, because with this volatility it only makes sense as an interval.
With this in mind we are slightly below ATH now.. so if people are rekt here I hope they had fun at least.
@gametheorizing Jeez.. it was never a ponzi, it was legit from day 1. A work in progress, that actually delivered on the roadmap.
Is everything a ponzi because there's speculative bubbles in everything?
Its also hilarious how many people think price down = failure. *Thats* ponzi logic.
@iamDCinvestor The problem is the illusion people are holding on to, that they are "buying art". NFT gives them a reference to this confusing view of what art is, so there's going to be a lot of cognitive dissonance.
@DrNickA Yeah, or I don't know, I guess I am undecided. A lot of "BTC maxi" was born in 2018; flushed out by shitcoins and deciding to only do BTC. But evident by the bear market most of them didnt pivot, most just dissapeared.
@DrNickA That would mean subsidized ponzi coins: AVAX, SOL, etc. And it would mean validator-MLM ponzis like ADA.
And.. see I am still listing the serious things here (relative to the top 200 market caps).
I think this would make people angry enough to forget us for a while.
@DrNickA Proud to be in the 11% that doesnt know.
@HodlDwon Its all about how far along we've come, which seems impossible to measure (we can analyze the trajectory, but IMO only empiricaly study where we are post fact)
Minority client, but its a wild guess.
@AFDudley0 I was surprised we hadn't mitigated the devastating impact of VCs better, until I realized they are generally completely incompetent in everything I know and care about. So they must be really, really good at something else.
@kennu Who would have thought IT would become fun again.
@LefterisJP This is why the play is to ignore toxic people like this. You will get ridiculed until you find their level (at which point you *are* an asshole).
Since we are censorship resistant it isnt time-critical to educate them. They cant destroy anything.
@JrRmack It makes sense with friction, but its also a bit anticlimactic.
I think the 2005-2020 web went so far as to completely abstract ownership. Now we have these huge passive organizations living of FREE labor (creators), so it doesn't even look like capitalism to the participants.
@KentoInami Both. If you want to survive you need a bottom up project and distrubuted ownership, so its also very, very different.
@HowManyMiles_ @CohhCarnage @TroyBakerVA @VoiceverseNFT Simple: they have absolutely no intention to educate themselves about what this is. Because its trendy, or anti-trendy, to hate it.
Its also kind of the last big breath of the powerful rent seekers they are unowingly protecting, thats why the hate gets so much traction.
@JPM_72 @cburniske The irrational parts does die, because you let go of irrational fears when you are forced to face them. For instance: most people are more scared of having made "a bet that was wrong" than they are of losing the money.
@epolynya @VitalikButerin The way I go back and forth with this is that on one hand Solana seems to make more sense for e.g. a casual game; less friction to arbitrarily shut casual stuff down on Amazon. But then I realize Solana is subsidized so it seems it might just as well shut the game down anyway.
@epolynya @VitalikButerin Are you saying this because people get pissed if you don't, or is it what you really believe?
B/c the more I've thought about this the more I don't see it. Personally I would trust both Amazon and Solana for *a lot* of things. But I don't see why I would trust Solana more.