There’s gambling in a casino?????!!!!

Astonishingly, JPMorgan turns out to be the power behind Ethereum.

The responses from the cult leaders are predictable:

The same thing that happened with the internet (Web2) is happening to Web3. Stand up and fight for decentralization while you still can and don’t lose focus because of greed.

Decentralization IS greed, you idiot. Decentralization is NSA and JPMorgan and Bezos. The connection was perfectly fucking obvious from the fucking start in the CIA cover story of your fictional demigod Satoshi.

Even without stories, the basic definition should tell you everything. When you tie all economic activity into one “ledger” that has to be rewritten everywhere for every new transaction, you are CENTRALIZING in a way that was never tried before. When this “ledger” lives on NSA’s servers, the center is Deepstate.

Another typical response:

If solving for scalability was trivial, Ethereum would have done it by now. There’s only one way to solve the scalability trilemma: modularization. Rollups for execution, danksharding for horizontal scaling and data availability, and KZG polynomial commitments for statelessness.

OCKHAM, asshole. When you find yourself making up new fictional entities and arguing about the fictional details of your new fictional entities, you are arguing about the wrong question. Instead of counting the fictional angels with superfancy math, you should be asking whether any of this shit is necessary. What problem does bitcoin solve? What does it do that previous mechanisms didn’t do? The answer to those questions is simple.

The problems are (1) NSA wants more power (2) JPMorgan wants more money. Bitcoin solves both problems. Those are the ONLY problems it solves.

What does bitcoin do? It makes every transaction hugely less efficient and hugely more expensive, and the expense ends up in JPMorgan’s pocket.

That’s all.

THEY KNOW IT’S A HOAX BECAUSE THEY MADE THE HOAX.

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Later after rereading, I wasn’t clear enough on decentral vs central. I covered the question more thoroughly in 2018.

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