Ethereum Foundation Should Get Its Priorities Right – Founder

Ethereum Foundation Should Get Its Priorities Right – Founder

The Ethereum Foundation has to change its ways and stop associating itself with third party organizations. The development of cryptocurrency technology has come a long way since the introduction of Bitcoin. Ethereum protocol is currently the example of its highest form so far. It is widely known that Ethereum is in no way the final stage of cryptocurrency technology, as it is expected to grow further with time. The Ethereum foundation has been doing a great job with the development of Ethereum platform so far. However, in the recent days, the leading developers in the Ethereum community....


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