Controversial discussion below, like the disclaimer said, my own interpretation might be wrong! Come to your own conclusion by reading belows discussion, lots of respect for both sides from me.
This might warrant further explanation since some guys think I want to discredit any side here.
I’m at one side curious whats behind that claim and on another hand a bit disappointed that two leaders of projects that vastly form our space can’t have a constructive discussion (yes yes I’m demanding! if you bring up such a big topic, follow trought it?).
Now go ahead bash me, yes the title is maybe a bit to sentional / misleading. Can’t change it anymore …
Is the title everything that counts?
The post title is my own interepretation, link to original post:
Interestingly that Vitalik doesn’t seem to get in a discussion regarding it, ignoring Colin so far.
It’s something I didn’t realize so far yet …
Can anyone elaborate on the technical differences of Vitaliks consensus or Colins claim?
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Why do people still consider those who bought in the past year as early adopters? It’s clear as day that we have left the early adopter phase years ago.
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# [The King’s Coiner](https://archive.org/details/KingsCoinerThe) by [Philip Palmer](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Palmer) – Aired Tues Apr 23, 2003 – 1 45 min broadcast –
Uploaded to archive.org by [Pigman58](https://archive.org/details/@pigman58) Jun 10, 2017
*For the last 30 years of his life, Sir Isaac Newton was Master of the* [*Royal Mint*](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Mint)*, a* [*job he took very seriously*](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Newton#Later_life)*. In the late 1690s, he became actively involved in the pursuit of coiners, those who forged currency, and in particular pursued* [*William Challoner*](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Chaloner)*, a forger with friends in high places. (He was eventually hung drawn and quartered for his crimes.)*
*This play imagines their battle.*
# [Master Of The Mint](https://archive.org/details/MasterOfTheMint) by [David Ashton](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Ashton_(actor)) – Aired Sat Jul 21, 2018 – 1 57 min broadcast – uploaded to archive.org by [Pigman58](https://archive.org/details/@pigman58)
Uploaded to archive.org by [Pigman58](https://archive.org/details/@pigman58) Aug 13, 2018
*The fact of Sir Isaac Newton being made Master of the Mint and his pursuit of a notorious forger was dealt with in an earlier play “The King’s Coiner”, a play which I found more satisfactory than this new play, though others may care to compare the two.*
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Nine years on from the start of the credit crunch, could blockchain prevent a future crisis?
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Millions of Damage+stolen by exploding Banks Cash Machines in first half of 2018 only in Germany. (again since years)
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