RT @VitalikButerin: I talk about cryptocurrency and other blockchain applications, public goods, effective altruism and other topics. Encourage you to listen if you have 3 hours! 😋 https://t.co/AloJBLqwbB
What I think for the failure of most Blockchain projects is some projects haven't solved the pain points in the industry and also they are not scalable and also their projects are out of layman's understandings. Secondly, in this market, most people are tech entrepreneurs they don't know how to do marketing effectively. Between I came across to a project named SmartBotCoin that has a strong backing of a team having years of experience in tech, finance, and marketing side with big corporations, that is actually solving the pain points of a trader.
Indeed. There many or some projects who failed to launch or be successful to conduct what their main aim is because of the unexpected problems that pops up that they have not immediately resolve which includes the proper marketing strategy that will gain the interest of the audience to support the product because in any project development, there will be no progress if no one believes and supports on it due to the lack of understanding since not everyone is being able to understand it.
There is no good product without a good team. SmartBotCoin was created by professionals from trading industry. That is everything what you need. More you will learn in the platform, and I can say, that you will be amazed how many cool features they offer.
True to that, being a layman can really limit the capabilities of someone when they want to join a new project. Having to know what bitcoin is but not having the ability to trade really sucks. Thankfully, bots were made that can be really helpful in starting the endeavor in bitcoin trading.
Excellent interview. I'm about halfway through it goes on for another hour and a half. Very very interesting though, talking about quadratic funding, quadratic voting interesting use cases and potential problems/solutions.
I listened to most of it.
It’s amazing how much /u/vbuterin does not pump blockchain or Eth.
The host was begging for use cases for smart contracts and Vitalik went full anti-pumper and went into a lot of details about potential issues.
Overall I don’t need VB to pump me up about Eth, and overall I’d take that conservative attitude vs unethical shilling, but I thought he could have painted a bit more bluesky with the technology.
It’s interesting for those looking to get into the weeds about what are the current challenges facing public good funding. Mainly issues with decentralized ID and anti collusion in DAOs.
Yeah I really wish he would or at least, maybe not him, but some branch of consensys watching out for the users and supporters and investors in ethereum. Many of us fund the projects they’re working on and this bear market has me considering pulling out on the investment for the first time. I’ve been in crypto since 2013 and it’s sad to see my bitcoin value is less than half if I hadn’t ever heard about ethereum. Not asking for Justin sun type pumping but even just a badge or some way to inform users like ok, this thing you’re using or this thing that could be done is built on ethereum, and here are the tokenomics of why you should invest in ethereum.