‘Absolute Essentials of Ethereum’ by Paul Dylan-Ennis: An Excerpt

Centralized institutions, companies, organizations, governments are seen as inherently corrupted or corruptible. However, the desire to implement decentralized alternatives does not always go to plan and centralization tends to reassert itself, even in the most mindful of blockchain communities. The reality of decentralization is more like a dance, where centralised power is disrupted by decentralization, new forms of centralisation appear, renewed efforts at decentralization occur, in acts of re-decentralization.


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