Ethereum co-founder, Joseph Lubin, told in a current meeting that he doesn’t think about Ripple as a competitor since it “isn’t really a Blockchain technology”.
In the interview with Bloomberg, he mentioned the current state of crypto market, Ethereum’s advancement as well as regarding Surge’s XRP & EOS. When Lupin was asked what would take place if “various other protocols which trade rate or decentralization for safety and security” wind up gaining favour in the mid to long-term, he seemed fairly calm about it.
He also explained the factor behind his peace, “Surge isn’t actually a Blockchain technology, it’s type of a settlement system, so I do not really think about that a competitor.” He, then took place to discuss his viewpoint pertaining to another significant crypto, EOS. He explained EOS project as “a slightly, perhaps slightly, decentralized technique at constructing a Blockchain system.” Lubin continued, “EOS is an intriguing innovation yet it’s exceptionally hazardous to treat it as a layer-one innovation.”
On the other hand, Lubin extremely praised Ethereum claiming that despite the decline in rate, over the past ten months, the designer activity in the environment expanded by “two orders of magnitude”. He included, “We really feel the rapid task increase in our ecological community; it is frustrating what’s going on.”
In the meeting, he mentioned the recent downfall in the costs of electronic money and stated that it will not constrain or negatively affect its growth in the upcoming times. He has actually contrasted the value rise to a bubble which is similar to the formerly happening “six huge bubbles, each more legendary than the previous one, and each bubble is amazing when they’re taking place.
He stated,” I absolutely expect that there is a solid connection in between the rise in rate and also the development of basic infrastructure in the ecosystem and also the development of advancement in the ecological community. We are probably 2 orders of magnitude larger as a developer area compared to we were 8 or 10 months ago.”