"Taking to Twitter on Sunday, Ethereum cofounder Vitalik Buterin defended his colleague and said he refused to throw Griffith under the bus for his alleged actions. Buterin added that Ethereum Foundation didn't pay for Griffith's trip to North Korea." https://t.co/lEwjPKubfw
nathanielx9Platinum | QC: CC 237, XRP 48, BTC 23 | XVG 95 days ago
You have the ability to teach anyone, but a country that wants to bomb United States I see the view point. Eth North Korea to a whole new market that could kill millions
cm18Platinum | QC: BCH 440, BTC 43, CC 20 | r/Technolo4 days ago
Mixed bag on NK's posture. In the America, if you're armed, you get a little more respect and are less likely to be attacked. On a nation level, the same thing applies. What's more, NK has very few resources and their population is has very little food. That's not to say NK is a nice place or that their government is a good one, or that there should not be sanctions, just that there are other persectives.
It doesn't affect crypto at all but brings back the Snowden argument - did he do the right or wrong thing ethically? Should North Korean *people* be punished for the sanctions imposed upon Kim Jong Un?