The Core developer Wei Tang renounced Ethereum Classic
The post-Phoenix Ethereum Classic (ETC) network broke the logic of Ethereum’s consensus integrity, especially in terms of immutability, Wei Tang explained.
Wei Tang (right)
Tang said ethical issues have made it difficult for the decentralized and free nature of the Ethereum Classic blockchain. According to him, Ethereum Classic inherits Ethereum’s original multi-implementation approach, but it does not do the same thing with its collaborative culture.
Wei Tang mentions a series of internal conflicts, plagiarizing plagiarism issues, and strong public attacks among developers of various implementations.
Ethereum Classic’s development ecosystem has failed to resolve bugs in its code because of these conflicts. Its main resources were used to blame each other. The ‘not my problem’ regulation and attitude have become commonplace for blockchain.
Failing the test for Ethereum Classic
Wei Tang stated that the general rules of this balance can be summarized as follows for two states:
Core developers should, prior to a hard fork, maximize users’ choices, post a hard fork, and minimize the possibility of splits.
He outlined the role of the core developers as gatekeepers balancing user choice and consensus integrity. In terms of the recent Phoenix upgrade of the Ethereum Class (ETC) network, he described two states – pre-hard fork and post-hard-fork.
— Wei Tang (@sorpaas) June 12, 2020
The core group of blockchain has decided to break some of the low-value smart contracts that have been deployed on the main ETC Phoenix network.
Tang recalled the same thing that happened in the DAO fork that split the Ethereum network (ETH) from Ethereum Classic (ETC). Therefore, ETC developers have not learned the mistakes of their predecessors.
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