Vitalik Buterin said that even without me, the Ethereum network will “absolutely survive”, which seems to confirm that Buterin is “disengaged” from the Ethereum he created.
Buterin: “Being” from Ethereum As part of Buterin’s debate on social media on a variety of issues, Buterin said Ethereum itself will continue even if he is no longer likely to continue contributing to Ethereum.
On October 4th, Buterin wrote on Twitter, “At this point, I think Ethereum will definitely live longer than me.
“Some people in the cryptocurrency industry have accused Buterin of carrying out “shipping” through his own ETH, and also smashed pre-excavation and other aspects of Ethereum.
When asked if he intends to retreat to the second line in the future, Buterin replied that this was “in progress” but did not give a time frame. Buterin confirmed, “It’s already in progress; look at the previous work, most of the work is now done by (Danny Ryan), (Justin Drake), (Hsiao-Wei Wang) and others.”
Ethereum price maintains support Ethereum is still facing complex market reactions, prices are still under pressure, and ETH/USD prices have recently hit a 15-month low. Although this price is roughly in line with investor Tetras Capital’s July Bulletin, the recent voice from the financial sector began to support the Ethereum rally, and Weiss Ratings even claimed that Ethereum would grab half of Bitcoin’s market share in the future.
Weiss Rating wrote on Twitter last month that “this is because Ethereum offers more uses and is supported by excellent (blockchain) technology.
Despite the market downturn, third-party development continues at the consumer level. A few weeks ago, Bitfinex, a cryptocurrency trading platform, launched a dedicated platform, Ethfinex. Like other companies in the industry, Bitfinex sees Ethereum as the foundation of the emerging decentralized exchange industry.