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Wasn't even aware of the title until I went to youtube to find out who was speaking. The basis of his argument was that the design decisions of solidity were deliberately made to scam people. If you think that's a sensible argument, I don't know what to tell you.
First of all you cannot evaluate an hour long discussion with 5 minutes of time which tells me you instantly got triggered and ran away.
> The basis of his argument was that the design decisions of solidity were deliberately made to scam people.
There were 2 opposing arguments and the person supporting ETH/ETC was a well educated developer.
>If you think that's a sensible argument, I don't know what to tell you.
This was not the crux of the argument from your opponent and it sounds to me you don't even have a rebuttal. Perhaps it would be a good idea to actually listen to the debate and formulate a rational rebuttal and suppress your emotional knee jerk reaction.
I could easily make some better arguments on both sides of this discussion and this should be a starting point to make you think better and become a better developer.
It might of been more than 5 minutes and I skipped around but heard the same irrational arguments that sounded more personal than anything based on logic and reason.
Are you also making a blanket statement that ethereum is a scam and eth devs are scammers? That's what he was saying.
But anyway, the whole point of commenting initially was because that video had nothing to do with the post.
The post is about ethereum developers and this is an interesting debate about ethereum development process and history and design, involving a prominent solidity developer so it is absolutely related.
My personal opinion on the matter doesn't really matter much as the video stands on its own and represents both perspectives with 2 intelligent developers.
I have yet to hear any specific you disagree with\. Do you have a problem with what the solidity developer was suggesting or do you simply not like hearing any criticism?
no, this is not two intelligent developers discussing an issue. the interviewer shows his irrational beliefs and lack of understanding of the technology. sadly, a bitcoin maximalist without the benefit of evidence or fact to backup their argument.
i too, could only get so far before i had to give up. when you have someone like this who is incapable of understanding reality, and capable of twisting the facts to suit his arguments that are plainly based on misinformation, you should not give them the benefit of your eyes and ears.
What specific technical detail did you disagree with and why specifically? Rather than simply dismiss the claims and attack developers personally perhaps some educated constructive criticism is helpful?
everything he said sounded like an anti-vaxxer. distorting facts to his own arguments.
nothing he said was based on fact. everything that came out of his mouth was wrong, and coloured with his own bias.
nothing truthful or correct was said. to list them all would be pointless.
clearly, the fact that you give any credence to the conversation means you believe the same lies.