Author Topic: What can Bitshares learn from Ethereum crash?  (Read 1654 times)

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Offline btswildpig

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BTS' smart contract are more secure because they are less flexible .. there is also clear rules that bts will fork to fix bugs if the code doesnt behave as specified.
thats makes it easier to derive a risk for holding assets in bts .. essentially equivalent to holding btc

not true . 
no computer program is more secure just because "it's less flexible" .
BTS1.0 had a big bug that result in huge transaction fee lost . And that's with "less flexible smart contract" .

Of course , if you're referring to it based on "programming secure" (like argument against some programming language) and not "actually secure" , then i agree.
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And I'm not even talking about Dan's "DAO DOA" post or his "Nubits peg will break when BTC halves"

Remember his " contract free society" diatribe?

Now even the bitcoin faithful are finding it impossible to convince Bernie's Kids that "code is law"
« Last Edit: June 21, 2016, 05:15:19 am by Erlich Bachman »
You own the network, but who pays for development?

Offline BunkerChainLabs-DataSecurityNode

I think you mean "what did the DAO fail to learn from BitShares"? 

Can't say that we didn't offer experienced advice from a loving big brother. Do a search and you will see what I mean.

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Bitshares is an ocean of knowledge and experience that the rest of crypto seems to keep overlooking.. or purposefully denying.
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I think you mean "what did the DAO fail to learn from BitShares"? 

Can't say that we didn't offer experienced advice from a loving big brother. Do a search and you will see what I mean.
You own the network, but who pays for development?

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BTS' smart contract are more secure because they are less flexible .. there is also clear rules that bts will fork to fix bugs if the code doesnt behave as specified.
thats makes it easier to derive a risk for holding assets in bts .. essentially equivalent to holding btc

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Zoom out a bit. Bitshares has already been taken down.  :P

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Who is it taking down Ethereum and can it happen to Bitshares?