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Ethereum Co-Founder Joseph Lubin Says Blockchain will be Predominant by the Next Two Decades


As the popularity and dependence of Blockchain are increasing day by day, there have been many large tech companies getting into the blockchain and cryptocurrency business. Recently, Joseph Lubin, the co-founder of Ethereum (ETH), said as per his expectations, global economy will be enlarged by minimum 10 times in the next 1 or 2 decades and by then, blockchain technology and cryptocurrency would be fully immersed into payment system, and most of the global economy will be based on this system. Lubin has reportedly made this statement about the future of blockchain at the SXSW conference in Austin.

During that conference, he also said that in 1983 there were not many normal people emailing around the globe. The same way there are not many people using blockchain nowadays. He also repeated that the promises of Ethereum 2.0, and said in the present Bitcoin system there are many inefficiencies, and also there are some flaws in Ethereum as well. But, these things will not be there in the Ethereum 2.0.

He said, “In Bitcoin and currently in Ethereum, you need to have specialized hardware, burn lots of electricity, waste lots of computation, to keep everybody in sync basically. [With Ethereum 2.0, in 18 months] we’ll have a blockchain system much more powerful, and scalable that uses orders of magnitude less energy.”

As per some reports, blockchain technology, as well as decentralization, will not be just limited to payment and settlement, but also it would deliver to content creators and journalists. He also issued a similar statement in a New York Times interview that society will move “from a scarcity to an abundance mindset.”

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