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On Monday, the Basel, Switzerland-based Bank of International Settlements (BIS) — the so-called central bank of central banks — released a paper titled “Beyond the doomsday economics lumbar hernia symptoms of “proof-of-work” in cryptocurrencies.” In the research publication, authored by BIS’ principal economist Raphael Auer, it was explained that the antiquated Proof of Work (PoW) block processing mechanism is likely to fail Bitcoin (BTC) over time.

Auer centered his argument around Bitcoin’s issuance schedule, noting that the decline in block rewards will eventually kill the efficient, low-cost nature of BTC escoliosis consecuencias transactions — claiming that on-chain processes will take hours, days, or even days stretching into months reach finality.

He wrote:

The BIS researcher went on to touch on the Lightning Network, SegWit, and other potential scaling solutions that escoliosis cervical sintomas could fix Bitcoin’s current qualms. Although he did acknowledge that Lightning Network, arguably the que es escoliosis dorsolumbar most promising second-layer of the Bitcoin Network, has seen a semblance of adoption, he was skeptical of the long-term benefits the system would provide. More specifically, he wrote that there’s a trade-off between efficiency and centralization. With all this (and more) in mind, through the paper’s abstract, Auer wrote:

Interestingly, Auer’s quip about Bitcoin’s PoW-centric consensus system comes just days after Bryce Weiner, a blockchain developer claimed that mining is likely to die out. In a Twitter cirugia hernia discal lumbar thread, Weiner, a former software developer at Reuters and Lockheed dolor sacro lumbar ejercicios Martin, gave Bitcoin’s supply limit some flak, noting that what gives cryptocurrencies “true financial power” is the ability to mint your own money, before subsequently lauding the Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism.

Weiner then added that those marginalized “stand the most to benefit from this technology,” and as such, Proof of Work-centric escoliosis dorsal derecha sintomas coins, like Bitcoin, are more targeted towards those that have “privilege.” On the other hand, staking-eligible coins and tokens will see adoption by the less privileged, creating further demand for altcoins. BIS Survey Respondents Skeptical Of Crypto

In a recent survey conducted by the BIS, it was revealed that its constituents, a number of central banks across the globe, are skeptical escoliosis dorsal derecha of cryptocurrencies. As reported by Ethereum World News on a previous date, the BIS survey’s respondents were skeptical of crypto dolor lumbar ejercicios’s potential. The outlet, who got its hands on the data, claimed that more than half of 63 respondents claimed that cryptocurrencies were used only “trivially,” or weren’t actively utilized at all.

Those surveyed purportedly stated that the lack of cryptocurrency adoption can be chalked up to retailers’ hesitance to accept this nascent form of money, regulatory uncertainty escoliosis derecha, public skepticism regarding Bitcoin, and flat-out bans/stringent restrictions in some nations.

And while the BIS survey purportedly revealed that central banks are garnering the authority to offer in-house crypto assets, or are escoliosis lumbar dextroconvexa working on blockchain-related projects, respondents claimed that they are unlike to issue a sovereign digital currency “for wholesale settlement” in the next three years. Title Image Courtesy of Chris Li Via Unsplash