How do we stop the decentralized computing curse from completely annihilating projects? Icp, pond, sne, etc have all been disappointments to me so far. What went so horribly wrong?
>>49924784It's like smart contracts, still early days when people don't really understand it or why it should be used.
>>49924784there was a time when fax machines where some arcane concept just give time to it.
>>49924944how long ago? 40 years? kek
>>49924979yeah 40 years ago, or w/e who cares, new technologies just need time to settle down and be around for a while so people can actually try them and trust them
>>49924979they are from the 60's ._.
>>49925063thats 70 years ago, but in the early 90's they where still something i guess anon whas right after all about new tech
i didnt understand any of he words op said therefore i invalid him
>>49925173yeah fuck you too good morning
>>49925155they are still something in Japan NOWADAYS
>>49925188even though there are better ways to do the same and more efficiently?
>>49924944and they were never a useful thing just the new thing so
>>49924784We stop it by letting it annihilate even more projects, that way its hunger for destruction will be quelled, we should let it start with some top 100 projects
>>49925326that would be satisfying to watch
>>49925249Bruh maybe you are a child from the millennium but fax where pretty usefull when you had to send docs and you didnt have a printer or a working computer
>>49925216maybe its cheaper which is also something to take into consideration
>>49924784Because you trusted on layer 0It's literally the most secure way to lose all your money, even memecoins are better than that (and I'm talking with actual facts)
>>49925358id like to see some of this zoomers telling typewriters where never useful lmao
>>49925423every tech has its time
>>49925249IHHHH how old are you anon