ETH did a hard fork for which there was overwhelming community support. You can tell by how ETC is worth less than 5% of ETH. And for anyone who wants to stick with ETC... they can. EOS delegates editing and undoing past transactions is not by fork. It's by design. You are pretty clearly being dishonest on purpose. You're a slimy little liar.
There's overwhelming support by the EOS comunity because the ability to reverse transactions is written in the fucking white paper, and everyone using EOS knows about it. The dishonest thing is to say one thing like "code ia law" and then fork the chain to reverse transactions.
Blockchain is just a format of data storage. The security model and the consensus rules need to be structured a certain way to have the properties people tend to associate with the buzzword 'blockchain'.
You calling it centralized doesn't make it so. 21 different block producers scattered around the world, that can be voted out by the comunity at any moment makes it a decentralized platform. Now, try to vote out one of the three mining pools controling ETH.
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Why always the distraction by aiming on other blockchains' problems? This does not change the fact that 21 people earn a shitload of money while controlling the database. Other people like you grab the dust from the floor and think you are making a good business. This is even similar to a ponzi scheme. A blockchain should be decentralized and all people should be treated the same. Something like IOTA once the coordinator is off or Cardano where you will be able to stake with 1 ADA.
What? I asked you how was EOS a ponzi scheme? About Ada, it's two years away from launch, and iota doesnt seem to have any app running on it at the moment. So the only viable platform to launch a dapp at the moment is EOS.