Tezos is a decentralized blockchain that wants to create a digital commonwealth through the governance of token-holders. On Tezos, token holders have the ability to vote on upgrades to the protocol.

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Reviews for Tezos

  • Nic Carter on Tezos Partner at Castle Island VC and Co-founder of Coinmetrics

    The Tezos situation is a beautifully pure illustration of when dreams meet reality in network design. Neat and tidy on-chain governance becomes messy human institutions, litigation, and marketing campaigns for one fork over another.

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  • Saifedean Ammous on Tezos Bitcoin Economist and Author of The Bitcoin Standard

    Tezos is just an offshoot scam that happened when a paper-pusher at R3 realized that hype is all that's needed to sell vaporware to morons.

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  • Vlad Zamfir on Tezos Researcher at the Ethereum Foundation

    Tezos has less checks and balances than off-chain governance in BTC or ETH because it disenfranchises node operators of their role in governance.

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  • Olaf Carlson Wee on Tezos Founder & CEO of Polychain Capital

    Tezos is a remarkable project because it enables coin holders - the true owners of the network - to align interests around improving the protocol through on-chain governance. In 2018, Tezos is going to amaze everyone.

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  • Meltem Demirors on Tezos Chief Strategy Officer at CoinShares

    I believe Tezos is an important experiment in on-chain governance. While Tezos has many unique features that make it separate and distinct from other projects in the space, the one that’s least appreciated is its governance mechanism and approach to change... Unlike passively holding Bitcoin and participating in its price appreciation, Tezos is unique in that it requires users to participate in consensus or risk having their tezzies lose value due to inflation of the network. This creates lots of fun agency questions about how networks like Tezos, their governance, and their function may evolve over time.

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  • Linda Xie on Tezos Co-founder and Managing Director at Scalar Capital

    I believe that Ethereum, Tezos, and other smart contract platforms will coexist as they each aim to serve different purposes and the token holders have different ideals. When cross-blockchain infrastructure like Cosmos and Polkadot are fully developed, we will hopefully see Ethereum and Tezos tokens move freely between both platforms.

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  • Zooko Wilcox O'Hearn on Tezos Founder and CEO of Zcash

    The core idea of Tezosβ€Šβ€”β€Šformalized and automated governance of a decentralized protocolβ€”is a deeply powerful idea, and I want to see it implemented and deployed in the hopes that it can greatly help humanity.

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  • Stephen Palley on Tezos Partner at Anderson Kill

    Tezos. My view on Tezos at the moment is that it poodles through legal issues and emerges, maybe slightly scathed, but intact. They have good lawyers defending. Not bullish on class action (damages?). If there is an SEC investigation my guess it is settles.

    Whatever one thinks of how it was built or funded, it’s an existing functional thing with a working ecosystem and community. This is not a centra scenario. And so far no bellicose screaming at the SEC, so probably not a Kik scenario.

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