It is getting funny as to how they are just glossing over how easily a person took over massive billionaires’ accounts by mere scams in social media accounts.
In response to the Twitter Support about several scams happening around Vitalik Buterin Tweeted: “Centralized backdoors are awesome and help keep society safe”
The Twitter Support extract reads thus: “We know they used this access to take control of many highly-visible (including verified) accounts and Tweet on their behalf. We’re looking into what other malicious activity they may have conducted or information they may have accessed and will share more here as we have it.”
Sydney Ifergan, the crypto expert tweeted: “Ethereum (ETH) community is wondering about how the hell did they hack twitter! Exclaiming that the next best move is that it is an old scam.”
Hacks apart getting back to Ethereum happening, Vitalik.eth retweeted: Loving the positive Ethereum coverage by CoinDesk. Refreshing.
Coindesk tweeted: “EXCLUSIVE: #Ethereum 2.0 client @prylabs received straight A’s and is ready for launch, according to code audit firm @Quantstamp.”
It has all been about the declared push by the network developers to launch the proof-of-stake (PoS) version of Ethereum before 2020 goes out.
Ethereum community and even onlookers are already frustrated about the promises relating to the 2014 yellow paper. Looking forward to the real launch and real date soon
Ethereum (ETH) History in the Infinite Machine
We can never deny that Ethereum is the biggest blockchain in existence. The history of Ethereum has been published under the title “The Infinite Machine” authored by Camila Russo.
Reportedly, per Decrypt, the book tells the story of how Vitalik Buterin, the 19-year-old coding genius led the “ragtag group of feuding hackers with no business plan and no live product” eventually pioneering a whole new method of raising money on a platform which has grown to a value of $27 billion.
The book covers on how Ethereum literally became the “crypto Google,” further talks about how it has evolved through feuds via hair-raising hacks and hard forks in to foundations leading to a new financial revolution.
While there is a lot of criticism about the next internet with Ethereum, it is interesting that it is possible to build any kind of application on Ethereum including the process of a cryptocurrency. All the criticism is probably because the expectations when it comes to Ethereum has gotten set very high.
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