Eric Lombrozo@brucefenton@BrianLockhart@CasaHODL There's obviously a need here. Clever entrepreneurs should be able to make good business out of it. But nobody is forcing you to manage your own keys (Twitter rants don't count as force). However, there IS precedent for the reverse. Even in the USA.
Developer incentivization and the power of holders
Eric LombrozoCryptocurrencies are money, not equity.
Much of the market is extremely confused. Understanding how money differs from equity at a time when few get this will give you a major leg up as an investor.
The question is still unanswered, this post is an attempt to find at least some possible reasons for that.
"I explained that I am genuinely interested in the opinion and expertise of someone who masters the nonsense of blockchain marketing today, since I have a religious belief that mastering nonsense is the way to mastering sense and they left me alone."