I think this is a really stupid take, but I do also think there is a sliver of truth to the BTC part: privacy at the protocol level is important! If we end up in a future of white/blacklisted coins that will be really, really bad.
Also... something about ETH and infura servers shutting down.. lol! (and let’s not even start on ETH privacy, that is a very sad topic)
Here’s a look at the mempool for the past couple hours. Perhaps the users paying 150+ sats/byte aren’t concerned with overpaying by a couple bucks, but perhaps they are just users with funds stored in wallets that provide crap fee estimation.
It’s worth taking the time to determine if the software you use is capable of creating transactions that suit your preference. It’s safe to say that most users don’t want to overpay if possible.
Blockchain facepalms & lols:
Celebrating that the company behind your favourite blockchain is moving to a 'crypto friendly jurisdiction'? Nice try, but you've rather sorely missed the point of all this.
This is the article linked:
But the real lols are a link within that article:
Why is 'supply chain tracking' still a blockchain meme? Does nobody involved in these ventures understand what a dumb idea it is?
Apparently the recent reports of dust-spam are an ‘advertising campaign’ for a mixing service.
Yea, you read that right. A mixing service is advertising using a technique that is normally seen as an address-linking de-anonymizing attack. wtf? That’s idiotic and careless at best, if you actually care about anonymizing your coins, this is a giant red flag to never use their services.
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