Vitalik Buterin News

Vitalik Buterin is a Russian-Canadian famous for founding both Ethereum and Coin-Magazine. Vitalik learned about Bitcoin at the age of 17 in 2011, and was fascinated by the idea. Soon, he started working on Bitcoin improvement and came up with an idea of a scripting language for application development on the Bitcoin platform.
Although he got no positive reaction, Buterin continued to advance his concepts and soon he wrote Ethereum – a public, open-sourced Blockchain-based platform featuring smart contracts. The system went live on July 30, 2015.
After the collapse of “The Dao,” Ethereum was divided into two Blockchains - Ethereum Classic works on the original Blockchain, and Ethereum is based on the new Blockchain.
Today, Vitalik Buterin’s quotations are highly significant in cryptocurrency media and he is considered to be among the most influential people in the world, according to Forbes and Fortune magazines.


Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin has seen the value of his personal ETH stash soar over 700% in a single year.
As Ether price breaks all-time high Buterin's ETH holdings up 8x in a year
Osato Avan-Nomayo
Forbes has named the six biggest winners of this latest cryptocurrency rally, including the Winklevoss brothers and Bloq’s Matthew Roszak.
Winklevoss brothers top Forbes Bitcoin billionaires list
Helen Partz
New Year Special
The foundation was laid for Ethereum 2.0 in 2020, and expectations are positive for the future of the smart contract platform in 2021.
Speed vs quality? Ethereum 2.0 optimism is high, but the road is long
Gareth Jenkinson
New Year Special
Crypto Twitter is a myopic dystopia that manages to be toxic even in a bull year.
Top 10 tweets of the year
Andrew Thurman
Grant programs have their flaws — they often lack transparency and shut out good ideas. Here’s why contests are a compelling alternative.
Why contests are better than grants for a healthy crypto community
Connor Sephton
"I have already done hundreds of transactions on the ETH chain and by one oversight, rush, and my son's lessons, I lost my life savings."
'Be my Santa, please' — Chainlink user offers $13K reward to fix $50K mistake
Turner Wright
Some crypto investors are willing to risk extensive financial obligations for a chance to get into Bitcoin.
Crypto users split on taking out loans to buy Bitcoin dips
Turner Wright
The Ethereum co-founder believes that CBDCs are good for macroeconomics, but there are also certain challenges.
Vitalik Buterin expects lots of ways to exchange CBDCs for crypto
Helen Partz

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