I keep thinking that certain people would view statue-toppling as an acceptable event if it happened centuries ago, and as an act of vandalism if it happened yesterday.
This approach is certainly explained by white discomfort, sure, but it is also influenced by the idea that public spaces should be preserved in their current state forever, or with minimal changes orchestrated in a top-down manner. A sort of urban immobilism, due to the idea that history is over and no longer in the making.
@dashie Parce que je pense que ça peut egayer ta journée : la France a été éliminée hier, fini pour les bruits de fans de piedballe
So don't talk to me about proof-of-work vs proof-of-space vs proof-of-bandwidth vs proof-of-stake. It's not what this is about. Energy waste just makes something that is already bad even worse. I don't see any merit in making ponzi schemes more eco-friendly.
Folks raving about #cryptocurrency are not interested in the technology. They are interested in an unregulated financial system allowing them to pull off things that are downright illegal. That's why they are trying to get as many people on board as possible. It's predatory.
I write bugs for a living, pretty cool eh?
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