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ASICs. As described in multiple dimensions, ASICs are a depreciating capital good that only have a short time frame, a very small window of opportunity (roughly 6 months) to
100 In his analysis, miners do have an incentive to include transactions because of the fees, and whileblock size is a factor in terms of network propagation, it is not clear whether the cost of large blocks is purely a private cost to the miner with the big block or a cost borne by the network asa whole in terms of more orphan blocks. This is not to say that there should not be a foundation (or many foundations) or even that a foundation could not receive money from outside sources or that users will abandon theproject and network – rather, that because there is no direct voting process by bitcoin holders(like in a real corporation), the decision making process of the actual direction of the protocol itself is not an example of a DAO or a traditional company.
BFL or KnC creates a chip at the Planck length (ℓ actor would not set up a large pool in San Francisco because of relatively high operating costs
al., 265 explored three different tragedies of the commons, finding one that intersects this impasse:It is in the interest of every Bitcoin user that fees will be paid for transactions, to encourage miners to provide the network with a sufficient level of security; however,each user will prefer that others pay fees, while he pays no fee and still enjoys the 266 According to the current narrative, the cost per transaction will eventually go down as the network adds more transactions per block. However the increase in transactions (e.g., thedemand for the usage of the network) will also increase the price of bitcoin (due to the demand for tokens) and because the marginal value equals the marginal cost, the argument that moretransactions will lower the cost per transaction is not as clear cut.
This is similar to the illusion of a Potemkin village (Потёмкинские деревни) a fake village used
Despite the tens of millions of people who have heard of and exposed to Bitcoin throughout theOECD, why has there not been a similar uptake and adoption for what is heralded and hyped as 446 “the most important invention since the internet?”Again, it may not be a fair comparison, perhaps the adoption and usage rates for all new currencies or commodities or ledgers start out shallow, in small niches and that therefore thesocial media analogy is incorrect. This is one of the things I try to address in this paper: dividing the players who have an incentive to hoard becausethey get the gains from growth of the currency, from the normal player that want stable In the real economy, saving money with financial institutions is beneficial because it does not“sit on the sidelines.” Bob deposits it in a bank and they in turn lend it out for productive purposes (e.g., loaned out to Alice who then builds a factory).