Ashe Oro and I discuss recent concerns about EOS: Is it too centralized?
Are too many entities that govern the chain in China, what is the risk of Chinese state intervention?
Is the work of developers sustainable, and how can the current funding model be improved? Ashe and I separate the FUD from the legitimate concerns in this episode. We discuss the real hurdles that EOS is battling, and how the community hopes to overcome them. Recommended Books: Permanent Record – Edward Snowden
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Are Everyone’s Worst Fears About EOS Proving True?