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RE: Cryptocurrency: The Experts Are Often Wrong When It Comes To Technology

in LeoFinance10 months ago

It's not that Blockchain won't be capable.
It's that WHAT do you think is ready now that's so impressive? Most would say Gaming is worth celebrating.

But in comparison:

Gaming on BC is liken to Solitaire or Chess on a Windows LAN party v Global Multiplayer on any game imaginable at 4K, with cheer squad (twitch, YT, etc..), global fanbase (youth into adulthood), Enterprise up the wazoo, technologies emerging constantly, trillions and trillions to be the reward now and into the future.

All cross-intersecting as THE FRONTIER of Virtual/Digital Systems - 'The Future Reality' - Because really, gaming is beyond gaming at this point. The tech of VR itself actually not living up to the hype because that tech doesn't have the infrastructure existing for it to shine yet. 360video a glimpse. 3D might even make a return when VR matures. What is currently it's barrier is that creating environments from scratch for VR still requires immense resources.

AI is developing as the SUPERBRAIN that will expand on all that and essentially replace the human worker. It's in effect already and the "rollover" won't be realised until one looks back and realizes it already happened. Digital Virtual is why 2020 will be recognized as THE RESET. It already is for many industries. Human though. In "reality" is now at limit. We are useless meat packets when performing only physical actions.

But back to Blockchain..

To want to capture even a sliver of that audience is the right mentality here, but how do you think people go from all that out there to this simple ecosystem here. JUST FOR TOKEN REWARDS? ... NO. That's the crazy thing that doesn't seem to allow people here to think rationally. Blockchain has yet to barely morph into that second layer that even important heads here, that ARE committed, agree is needed. Yet no one actually has grand ideas of what. Just trying to emulate success stories/platforms of out there won't be it. Specially when really this is predominantly just code. It's great belief and optimism. But simplicity is the BC system still. That's why I see BC as DNA of future systems.

So to say "I can spit a bit of BC and a new life form emerges because that spit has DNA" is sort of a true statement. But then one is not realising that ACTUALLY, Resources build the organism. DNA just orchestrates the cell processes that transpire as that life form develops.

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All that you say is true @teknow. Without a doubt, the technology is not what it is on a particular day but what it evolves into. You analogy to DNA is not far off since technologies often become expanding organisms very similar to biological forms. The different is the time of their evolutionary development.

Certainly the Internet as we know it today is far different from what was being implemented in the early 1990s. Some were able to foresee the evolutionary progress that was likely to take place. Most were not.

Today we are faced with the same issue with BC and crypto. Many believe it nothing more than hype but I feel differently. Looking at where things are today is akin to looking at the Internet in 1994 and drawing a conclusion. The evolution we will see over the next 5-10 years will spell out what takes place.

As for gaming, this shows how nothing can be viewed in isolation. We are still awaiting the progress of VR (yes the underlying infrastructure is still not there) to take that to the ultimate level. In the end, gaming will be non-distinguishable from "reality". This will be a large part of the converge of our digital and physical worlds.

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You've just brushed over the actual point of my comment though. Which is:

WHAT is here that would attract any mass
numbers?

Your posts and comments are very generic. Although you use words well, you don't ever actually saying anything backed by actual or tangible truths.

I don't intend to put you on the spot, but if you are so committed to selling hope.. like:

Hive is ready for mass. This BC it's the greatest.

Then you sometimes need to be called out and asked to explain WHY you believe that..

Anyway I don't think I will get an answer and maybe everyone who reads your posts believes what you write without doubt (or just vote without even reading) so I guess MY COMMENTS are the pointless ones.

This post you made was a comparison though. Yet you based it on a single person's doubt essentially. Internet at that point (early 90s) was clearly going to be huge. The MODEM was what was holding it back. Once broadband arrived it went critical.

What PHYSICAL technology is going to to that with Blockchain? I don't see it. Because BC uses the same infrastructure, yet fails at expansion.