Ethereum Code on GitHub – Programmer explains

Today we’re taking a look at Ethereum GitHub activity, and discuss how the project is doing.

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32 replies
  1. Webform Workaround
    Webform Workaround says:

    To each his/her own but JS and python is not for me. I need type safety and rules that actually are followed by the language itself without ambiguity or I will end up in a mental hospital, but that's just me. 🙂

  2. Webform Workaround
    Webform Workaround says:

    Cryptos is almost a carbon copy of all the 2000 internet hype again. Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying it is bad, progress is good ! Probably 90% of cryptos will die BUT the good stuff will survive. 🙂

  3. Ilya Bo
    Ilya Bo says:

    There are no bad programming languages? Very debatable.

    A programming language is a tool, and for a particular task there are better tools and worse tools.

    Since the crypto is by its nature is very unforgiving — in most cases, actions are irreversible, losses may be worth millions, and there is no authority to appeal — any crypto-related code should be very explicit, very restrictive, full of safety measures and precautions, and a good language for smart contracts should promote development of such a code. How would you say Solidity stands in that respect?

  4. Ara DeBrun
    Ara DeBrun says:

    I prefer your accent Ivan! Keep it, add it to the long list of English accents in the world lol if we’re all made to learn it we should at least keep our accents strong💪🏼 wyper! Love it❤️ we know what you’re saying!

  5. 909sickle
    909sickle says:

    If there is another crypto boom, I hope all of the reputable crypto YouTubers warn all the newbies that it is a dangerous time to buy. It is much safer (but still not totally safe) to buy now. Don't wait for a boom or you could be the last one to buy before a crash. Be prepared to hold for several years if you hope to see gains. If we are overly optimistic, more people will get burned and hate crypto for life. We should not care about price, but about adoption. If adoption and education goes up, the price will go up too and it will hold.

  6. Gonzalo Rubio
    Gonzalo Rubio says:

    Hello Ivan! Thank you for another informative video. I was wondering if you could consider a video like this but on NEO or maybe just a shirt video on the fundamentals of NEO. It seems like not many people are talking about it at the moment. Also, I signed up for both your courses and they are amazing! Thank you!

    Greetings from Edmonton!

  7. John Dickerson
    John Dickerson says:

    Will the replacement for solidity (viper) be compiled to solidity? In the javascript world stuff like type script provides safety in angular and can be compiled down to javascript. There is the concept of polyfills in angular which allow the language to develop before the browsers support the language changes. Basically polyfills compile new language features down into formats which are supported by different current browsers. Will or can a similar approach be used with safer contract languages like viper?

  8. BakariSoReal
    BakariSoReal says:

    Well this Crypto Ponzi scheme seems to be eroding pretty fast, now I've heard other "experts" claim, "well this has happened before and nothing to be worried about" or my favorite, "buy the deep" WTF is wrong with these fools! I can tell many of these idiots don't know much about the nefarious nature of crooks! Don't know much about common street hustles or been alive long enough to have seen "scheme's" like this before.

    I constantly hear that the market will bounce back and that the new wave of corporate investors will drop massive amounts of cash into the system? Well that's nice for them, crash the system to allow them to get in for the, low, low. For those who think 2018 Crypto is the same as 2014 Crypto, YOU ARE THE PROBLEM! You barely heard about it back then unless you where on the inside, there was no endless TV exposure, not tons of Entertainers and the like pushing this back then.

    You didn't have government (AMERICAN AND CHINESE) (WHO ARE REALLY SATOSHI) deep into the Crypto holders business back then. In my opinion this Crypto experiment was to introduce BLOCKCHAIN TECH to the masses and a future one world currency to the sheeple are here.

    And What about the average, Joe and Jane, WHO DON'T HOLD MASSIVE QUANTITIES OF CRYPTO? The ones who don't even hold one bitcoin, (myself included) who don't hold 5,6,7 figure amounts of any Crypto?

    I'll tell you, we are Fcked!

    Even if you do hodl down to the lowest amount you still will be pretty much on the bottom end of growth, while Corporate and their friends will hold the lion's share of what will be profitable quickly. I'm glad I started with little start up and my loses aint sht, but to those who have used school checks, house loans and what ever else type of currency to invest back starting from last winter to now who have Fcked up your life behind this, My God have mercy on your soul!

  9. Crypto Oten
    Crypto Oten says:

    Ethereum is the world's first decentralized computer. Bitcoin was also first player, not good technology, but the first one and therefore the most accepted one.

    The same will happen to Ethereum I guess.


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