Ethereum to ZERO? Eth Chain Split. ProgPow & ETC 51 % Attack. GPU vs ASIC Miners.



Could Ethereum go to zero?? Will Ethereum go to zero? Should Ethereum go to zero? Well if you didn’t know there is an unspoken war going on with Ethereum. The Ethereum hardfork was delayed from it’s planned date of January 14th, to a new date. Sometime in late February. It has been said this delay was due to security vulnerabilities in one of the Ethereum Improvment Proposals (EIP 1234). Was this really the reason for the delay? Or was it because a contentious hardfork would happen, resulting in a new Ethereum chain? The 51 percent attack on Ethereum Classic gives us some very telling information regarding this. Tune in to find out more!!
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⏰ Time Stamps ⏰
00:08 Introduction
00:35 Ethereum Constantinople Is Delayed
00:59 The Reason We Were Told…
01:47 Maybe There Is Another Reason For The Delay
02:13 An Ethereum Chain Split or Contentious Hardfork
02:58 ProgPow Is Suggested
04:00 The Ethereum Classic 51 Percent Attack
04:32 ASIC Miners From Ethereum Attacked Ethereum Classic?
05:03 Ethereum Classic Attackers Returned Funds?
06:33 Who Are The Stakeholders In The Ethereum Split and The Consequences of Each Group?
07:17 My Theory On Who Caused This Delay and Attacked Ethereum Classic
08:48 Even Ethereum Classic Agreed With My Theory

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20 thoughts on “Ethereum to ZERO? Eth Chain Split. ProgPow & ETC 51 % Attack. GPU vs ASIC Miners.

  1. All software can be implemented in hardware, in full or partially.

    I would argue that any software solution that must fight its hardware implementation is a bad one. A good software solution works on its own but is helped by an optional hardware implementation and will embrace such hardware.

    Any protocol that needs to make counter measures against hardware will be stuck in a perpetual war that it can not win. Such protocols should be abandoned for better solutions.

  2. There's a very little known project called 0xBitcoin. 0xBTC is the first implementation of the EIP918 mineable token standard which opened up the possibility of a whole new class of mineable assets on Ethereum. Using an SHA3 mining algorithm and on-chain Proof of Work, 0xBitcoin essentially mimics the fundamental properties of Bitcoin (BTC). 0xBitcoin is the first mineable erc20 token. 0xBTC has a 21 million hard cap and regular, automatic difficulty adjustments. Without any ICO, airdrop, pre-mine, or founder’s reward, 0xBitcoin is arguably the most decentralized asset in the Ethereum ecosystem, including even Ether (ETH), which had a large ICO.? 0xBitcoin is entirely community run and managed. The token's smart contract is immutable, so no alterations to the distribution code can be made. It's also ASIC resistant and you can mine using gpu,cpu and fpga's. What are your thoughts?

  3. Epic analysis! I'm your fan for sure. I tought i am looking at a news buletin made by professional investigators. Keep up the good work! You are on your way to number one youtuber on crypto! Peace!

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