The robustness of the blockchain depends on its weakest link, which exists in the form of its founder. It is easier to get the nodes to reach consensus than to get people to reach a consensus. The major challenge that the new blockchain must address is not the speed of trading or the issue of scalability, but the issue of blockchain governance.
Easy to say, hard to do.
When Bitcoin was born, there was no mention of chain governance issues; at the time, Nakamoto was busy with other reforms. But Bitcoin has spawned a series of blockchain systems, and the consequent is the first way to introduce consensus among network users, that is, the consensus gained beyond the verification nodes.
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