Here’s Why Ethereum Merge Could Create a Huge Centralization Problem

Here’s Why Ethereum Merge Could Create a Huge Centralization Problem

The Merge is the most significant development to hit the Ethereum blockchain. The upgrade is expected to resolve several issues, including scalability.

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Is Ethereum Centralized? – Co Founder FEARS Centralization After Ethereum Merge -Anthony Di iorio

Is Ethereum centralized? – Co Founder FEARS Centralization After Ethereum Merge -Anthony Di iorio. In today’s video, we will be talking about the concerns regarding ethereum becoming more centralized as the merge comes to an end. Everyone has hyped this event up so much and people are still pretty positive about it, but there is a lingering problem amid all this that Anthony Di iorio has decided to touch on–centralization.

Co-Founder Of Ethereum Anthony Di Iorio: Centralization Is Still The Biggest Issue

Anthony Di Iorio is one of the co-founders of Ethereum, along with Vitalik Buterin, Charles Hoskinson, Joseph Lubin, and Gavin Wood. Are they still friends? Why is Anthony still in crypto and what problems is he trying to solve now? Why is decentralization still one of the biggest issues in our industry? We covered this, the switch to proof of stake and much more in this incredible conversation with Anthony.

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0:00 Intro
0:45 Why Anthony Di Iorio decided to stay in crypto
4:54 Projects Anthony is working on right now
7:17 Andiami
9:11 Las Vegas!
10:02 Infrastructure is still too centralized
15:21 When will we have decentralized systems
19:31 Next problem Anthony will solve
21:01 Ethereum: PoS was always a goal
25:36 How to measure the success of the merge
26:41 Going back to Ethereum
28:31 UX problem of crypto
30:01 DAOs could be a significant problem
36:54 Focusing on important things
38:11 Are co-founders of Ethereum still friends?
39:31 Does the merge put pressure on Bitcoin and crypto?
41:11 Best case scenario for Ethereum
43:06 Wrap up

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Co-Founder Of Ethereum Anthony Di Iorio: Centralization Is Still The Biggest Issue

Ethereum “Merges” With The SEC

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In this video, I discuss how Ethereum may have inadvertently turned itself into a security by moving from proof of work to proof of stake.

Not even 24 hours after the Merge, Gary Gensler has come out swinging, reminding people that staking rewards look a lot like interest income or dividends that are paid by a security.

Here’s some advice to crypto projects:

If you want to look more like a commodity, don’t have one guy in charge who creates the road map and drives development forward.

And especially don’t do that if the new feature that you just added looks a lot like an interest-bearing security. That doesn’t look too commodity-like to the SEC.

Not investment advice! Consult a financial advisor.

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