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Consensys on Ethereum

ConsenSys is the leading Ethereum software company. We enable developers, enterprises, and people worldwide to build next-generation applications, launch modern financial infrastructure, and access the decentralized web. Our product suite, composed of Infura, Quorum, Codefi, MetaMask, and Diligence, serves millions of users, supports billions of blockchain-based queries for our clients, and has handled billions of dollars in digital assets.
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Ubiq

Smart Contracts for an Automated World
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Synereo/RChain evaluations and alternatives

Synereo/RChain is the latest of the cryptocurrency to be sold before they abandoned their pre-sale commitments. With proof-of-work becoming obsolete for blockchain security, we need a new decentralized currency issuance system. The WebOfCredit /webofcredit could be used to reissue tokens on Synereo/RChain or for any other application.
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Ethereum - Wikipedia

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Ether or Ethereum?

According to Wikipedia, Ethereum is a computing platform and Ether is the currency itself. However, in many places it is used interchangeably; do Ether and Ethereum technically mean the same or is it just colloquially interchangeable?
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Ethereum ?

Ethereum ?
Wikipedia Ethereum: http://finawiki.com/content/ethereum/
What is ethereum ? ETYMOLOGY, HISTORY, ETHEREUM WALLET, MYETHERWALLET, MILESTONES, DAO, ETHER and other info about ethereum...

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Why do we keep letting "David Gerard", who obviously has a negative agenda against Ethereum and crypto in general, curate the Ethereum Wikipedia article?

In the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethereum a wikipedia editor named "David Gerard" seems to be including information about Ethereum Classic in the opening of the article about Ethereum. We don't need a sentence telling us that the subject of the article is "Ethereum"... we know that. It's even before details about when Ethereum was created by Vitalik in the first place.
I see this reddit post from last year too... and this guy seems to just have free reign to emphasize anything he wants in a negative way:
https://www.reddit.com/ethereum/comments/4b76i4/who_is_david_gerard_and_why_does_he_keep_editing/
I'm asking the same question... I wonder what we can do about it.
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The founder of Wikipedia (Jimmy Wales) is tweeting about Ethereum.

The founder of Wikipedia (Jimmy Wales) is tweeting about Ethereum. submitted by econoar to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Who is David Gerard and why does he keep editing the Ethereum Wikipedia page?

If you visit the history and talk pages, you can see that David Gerard is a primary culprit in the editing (down) of the Ethereum Wikipedia page. As it stands now, the article is confusing, has a terrible lede, and missing pertinent details.
Furthermore, it would appear that David does not know much about Ethereum, or at least what makes it different from Bitcoin:
I believe Ethereum's codebase is based on the Bitcoin codebase (though I don't have a cite), so it's a fork of that (as most altcoins are). Hypothetically you could do blockchain software that wasn't, but that's not relevant here. The actual blockchain generated from this is separate - David Gerard (talk) 12:10, 19 March 2016 (UTC)
As a community, what can we do to improve the page against an editor that seems pressed to scrutinize every detail yet is willfully ignorant about that technology? I would love to contribute personally, but doing so would violate the rules of Wikipedia due to my working relationship with Ethereum Foundation.
Thoughts? Suggestions?
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I'm Chris (bat-chriscat), Technical Operations Coordinator at Brave. Ask me anything!

I'm Chris (bat-chriscat), Technical Operations Coordinator at Brave. Ask me anything!
Chris will be answering questions here in the comments—those that were submitted early in the announcement thread, as well as questions that come in live over the course of the AMA—under bat-chriscat.
Ask him anything!
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About Chris

Hello, I'm Chris! I'm Technical Operations Coordinator at Brave, and on the BAT Community Team. Many of you may know me from Reddit, and some of you may have even met me at a conference or meetup. At Brave, I mainly do web development, technical support, speaking engagements, and produce content. But let me tell you a bit about my origin story.
I was born to Vietnamese immigrants who escaped as refugees following the Vietnam War, and grew up in the United States and Canada. In school, I was the most difficult kind of pupil: a troublemaker with good grades. I always challenged my teachers, asking "Why, why, why?"
Asking "Why?" led me to philosophy, which I studied alongside computer science in university. It was the intersection of philosophy and computer science that led me to blockchain, Ethereum, and ultimately BAT & Brave. Very few people, I think, understand what makes blockchain truly unique. No component of blockchain is, by itself, new: we've had distributed databases, proof-of-work, game theory, and all the cryptography that goes into it for a long time. What makes blockchain unique is putting this all together to achieve decentralization. But the reasons people care about decentralization are deeply ethical in nature: questions concerning trust, power, and the role they play in the major institutions that affect our lives.
In addition to ethics, the intersection of philosophy and computer science is a field called "mathematical logic", which studies formal systems, abstract theories of computation, and the philosophical foundations of mathematics. Having studied as much, I understood what it meant when I first heard that "Ethereum was Turing-complete". And at that moment, I was all in. This led me to BAT, where I stand before you today.
My personal interests can be summed up as so: mixed martial arts & jiujitsu, k-pop, and philosophy! For the gamers out there, during high school, I became a highly ranked PVP player in World of Warcraft. When I'm not working or spending time with friends, I love reading and writing about analytic philosophy. My primary areas of interest are in metaethics (is morality objective or subjective?), epistemology (how do we justify our beliefs?), Kant's ethics, political philosophy, and mathematical logic.
I always try to understand every side of a debate, out of a love of learning, but also out of a deep sense of justice. I try to bring these values to bear when I moderate this subreddit each day, and I hope I have lived up to them.
Ask me anything, and it doesn't have to be about work! ;)
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Decentralized Wikipedia rival ditches Ethereum's blockchain to launch on EOS

Decentralized Wikipedia rival ditches Ethereum's blockchain to launch on EOS submitted by --_-_o_-_-- to WikiInAction [link] [comments]

Currently a Wikipedia editing war is going on in the all-time top crowdfunded project list with updates for The DAO and Ethereum being deleted almost as fast as we can put them back. Is there any way we can stop this from happening?

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Monero [XMR] among the top viewed coins on Wikipedia alongside Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP

Monero [XMR] among the top viewed coins on Wikipedia alongside Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Monero [XMR] among the top viewed coins on Wikipedia alongside Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP - AMBCrypto

Monero [XMR] among the top viewed coins on Wikipedia alongside Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP - AMBCrypto submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

Monero [XMR] among the top viewed coins on Wikipedia alongside Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP

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Upcoming AMA with Chris (/u/bat-chriscat), Technical Operations Coordinator at Brave (Sep. 29, 2020)

Upcoming AMA with Chris (bat-chriscat), Technical Operations Coordinator at Brave (Sep. 29, 2020)
Event date, time, and location: Tuesday, September 29th at 10:30 - 11:30am Pacific Time on BATProject
Please leave your questions for Chris in the comments below. Questions will be gathered, vetted and posted by the host, u/CryptoJennie, during the event (with credit to the OP). Of course, you can also ask questions while the live event is taking place. See you there!
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About Chris

Hello, I'm Chris! I'm Technical Operations Coordinator at Brave, and on the BAT Community Team. Many of you may know me from Reddit, and some of you may have even met me at a conference or meetup. At Brave, I mainly do web development, technical support, speaking engagements, and produce content. But let me tell you a bit about my origin story.
I was born to Vietnamese immigrants who escaped as refugees following the Vietnam War, and grew up in the United States and Canada. In school, I was the most difficult kind of pupil: a troublemaker with good grades. I always challenged my teachers, asking "Why, why, why?"
Asking "Why?" led me to philosophy, which I studied alongside computer science in university. It was the intersection of philosophy and computer science that led me to blockchain, Ethereum, and ultimately BAT & Brave. Very few people, I think, understand what makes blockchain truly unique. No component of blockchain is, by itself, new: we've had distributed databases, proof-of-work, game theory, and all the cryptography that goes into it for a long time. What makes blockchain unique is putting this all together to achieve decentralization. But the reasons people care about decentralization are deeply ethical in nature: questions concerning trust, power, and the role they play in the major institutions that affect our lives.
In addition to ethics, the intersection of philosophy and computer science is a field called "mathematical logic", which studies formal systems, abstract theories of computation, and the philosophical foundations of mathematics. Having studied as much, I understood what it meant when I first heard that "Ethereum was Turing-complete". And at that moment, I was all in. This led me to BAT, where I stand before you today.
My personal interests can be summed up as so: mixed martial arts & jiujitsu, k-pop, and philosophy! For the gamers out there, during high school, I became a highly ranked PVP player in World of Warcraft. When I'm not working or spending time with friends, I love reading and writing about analytic philosophy. My primary areas of interest are in metaethics (is morality objective or subjective?), epistemology (how do we justify our beliefs?), Kant's ethics, political philosophy, and mathematical logic.
I always try to understand every side of a debate, out of a love of learning, but also out of a deep sense of justice. I try to bring these values to bear when I moderate this subreddit each day, and I hope I have lived up to them.
Ask me anything, and it doesn't have to be about work! ;)
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The Ethereum wikipedia is a mess

Basically, the Ethereum wikipedia article is poorly written, and is mostly a bunch of semi-random statements related to various events. It does a very poor job explaining what Ethereum is or how it works.
The primary reason for this is that everything on Wikipedia needs to be sourced from a "verifiable third-party". So most of what is on there is references to press articles.
Ethereum Foundation sources obvious are not "third party" in this instance so while they contain a lot of great information, they cannot be used in the article. Can we get some good recommendations for third party sources to use to improve the quality of the article? I think it would be helpful to focus more on the academic/technical side of things first, which is severely lacking.
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Creating the wikipedia page for Ethereum Classic

I believe that ethereum classic should have its own wikipedia page. All the other top 10 cryptos have their own wikipedia page. I do believe that with our own Wikipedia page it will increase interest and will appear to outsiders as more legitimate, besides ETC is starting to differentiate itself from ETH with different policies and goals.
Edit: I have created the page and would be great if you guys can help improve it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethereum_Classic
Thanks!
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Ethereum Classic redirects to Ethereum on Wikipedia. Why don't we have our own page on WikiPedia?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethereum_Classic redirects to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethereum. Can someone make an article for Ethereum Classic on Wikipedia please?
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DeFi: Why There is no Need to be Hasty

I have seen many posts across the Cardano community about how ETH’s DeFi rush will give ETH the first movers advantage in a winner take all DeFi ecosystem.
First, I know how anxious many of you feel. We see another project with a fervor of activity while IOG is still working behind semi-closed doors on Goguen. We all want Cardano to live up to its potential and its scary when it looks like another platform is racing ahead.
However, let us take some time to think of this from first principles and ask, “Why is DeFi a winner take all situation?” If you look at the tech ecosystem, platforms that are labeled “Winner take all” platforms are closed systems. Not every business that calls itself a platform, online or not, is not in a winner take all market. That said, winner take all really is a misnomer, even the strongest closed network tech companies with the strongest of feedback loops have competition.
  1. Facebook has TikTok and Snapchat
  2. Amazon has Wayfair while Target and Walmart online are catching up extremely fast
  3. Netflix has Hulu/Disney Plus, HBO Max, Apple TV+, Prime Video and CrunchyRoll
  4. Spotify has Apple Music, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Youtube Music, Amazon Music, Google Music
In the finance space things generally are not winner take all because the system is interoperable (imagine what would happen to Bank of America tomorrow if it announced that it is no longer accepting deposits from other banks?). As an example, I can ACH money from Citibank to UBS, buy stock there, then transfer it with ACATS to Interactive Brokers.
Looking at the financial markets, there are so many different institutions, many of them extremely large.
  1. Banks: Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citibank, and Bank of New York Mellon are all massive institutions; and those are just the large bulge brackets, there are a ton more regional banks and smaller institutions),
  2. Brokerage houses: Charles Schwab, Interactive Brokers, Robinhood, Fidelity, TD Ameritrade
  3. Asset Managers: BlackRock, State Street, Vanguard, PIMCO, Wellington Asset Management and JP Morgan Asset Management, all have more than $1 Trillion dollars in AUM
  4. Insurance Companies: MetLife, State Farm, Berkshire Hathaway, Progressive, Allstate, Liberty Mutual, Travelers, Chubb, USAA all write $10s of billions of dollars of premium a year
  5. Hedge Funds: Bridgewater, Citadel, AQR, Renaissance Technologies, DE Shaw, Elliot Management, Bracebridge, Panagora Asset Management all have $10s or $100+ of billions under management, and again those are just the big guys)
Seriously, just go look up how large these companies are. Those are the guys we are going for, not some fly-by-night DeFi script kiddy who lost $200mm dollars because they forgot to call the correct method in their smart contract.
Oh, and that list I included, those are only the large firms. I did not even touch upon the myriad of boutique and regional firms. I also haven't even gotten to any international firms yet, or mentioned other entities like the DTCC, prop-trading firms, family offices, private banks or sovereign wealth funds like GIC/Temasek and CIC with over a trillion dollars under management.
Also keep in mind that while DeFi might feel full of vitality and growth, what are people in the market really doing? What real world activity are people borrowing do to on crypto platforms? People are not borrowing on DeFi to start businesses, build homes or pay for school. They are borrowing to fund margin loans so they can leverage and maximize their yield. It is just a moderately sized casino*** with a cardboard sign duct-taped over that reads "Bank." The current total value locked in De-Fi is $9bn at most which is tiny. I have been at large asset management firms with single accounts with more money than that. Even if De-FI on ETH miraculously grows by 700x without any blowups, it will still be smaller than the AUM of the largest asset management firm by over $100bn.
Lastly, I think people underestimate the issues ETH has ahead of it. Read this medium post and this academic paper about priority gas auctions, DeX front running and transaction ordering dependence vulnerabilities [0, 1] and how this not only impacts users but affects the security properties of the consensus layer. Additionally, ETH 2.0 does little to fix the fee issue, for that they are working on EIP-1559 which is still contentious and will be hard to ship without on chain governance, which also isn't included in ETH 2.0 either. Even further still, ETH will need to do a difficult hard fork to implement these changes, while Cardano has HFC events which are operationally less complex and easier to execute. There are still so many kinks to work out. ETH isn’t the iPhone moment, ETH is pretty much the 10lb Motorola voice only cellphone (more like a blunt weapon) that costs the same as a pedigreed show dog.
TLDR; The market is still in its absolute infancy. The space we all can disrupt is massive. Fighting over the current market is like fighting over a parking space when you have the entire continental United States to explore. While the project can’t stagnate or rest on its laurels (which I don’t think is happening), it can take its time to be methodical to ensure that when the world financial markets are onboarded onto the blockchain that Cardano has the research, codebase, infrastructure and community to step up to the challenge and excel.
*** Las Vegas Sands and MGM Resorts each made more money in the last 12 months--even with COVID--than the TVL of DeFi assets on ETH. Yet, the icing on the cake is that the Macau gambling market is 4x the size of Vegas so even the gambling industry is much bigger than DeFi right now.
[0] https://medium.com/@danrobinson/ethereum-is-a-dark-forest-ecc5f0505dff
[1] https://arxiv.org/pdf/1904.05234.pdf (its long but all you need is the first 3-ish pages)
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Decentralized Wikipedia rival ditches Ethereum's blockchain to launch on EOS

Decentralized Wikipedia rival ditches Ethereum's blockchain to launch on EOS submitted by n0ahbody to AntiMSM [link] [comments]

You all should know that David Gerard has been pushing a personal agenda to trash Ethereum's image on Wikipedia

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@TheNextWeb: Decentralized Wikipedia rival ditches Ethereum to launch on the EOS blockchain https://t.co/zOAEb9RVde

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@TheNextWeb: Decentralized Wikipedia rival ditches Ethereum to launch on the EOS blockchain https://t.co/yqtjdOzoMG

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@TheNextWeb: Decentralized Wikipedia rival ditches Ethereum to launch on the EOS blockchain https://t.co/t7Vs03Kpo6

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