silverpv wrote:Bucketeer wrote:Don't forget to mention that Ethereum has had 5 hard forks in its' short existence.
When i read about the last hard fork, with the DAO attack where Ethereum split between ETH and ETC Ethereum Classic. This was interesting because it does point to Vitalik, the creator of Ethereum as the centralized authority of a decentralized system. It showed that there can be very costly flaws in smart contracts where would be hackers can legitimately 'steal' based on an error in the contract.
My hope is that Quantum (Qtum) may present a solution for this issue. But it is so technologically advanced that I'm not really able to make that case.