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Vitalik Buterin is a Russian – Canadian programmer, co-founder, and former editor of Bitcoin Magazine and creator of the Ethereum project. This platform is for creating blockchain-based decentralized online services working on the basis of smart contracts. It was launched in July 2015.
Vitalik Buterin has been very successful throughout the years.
Vitalik Buterin, sometime in 2011 in a bitcoin chat room, met a person trying to start a bitcoin blog, who offered to pay him $3.50 per article, which he gladly agreed. He wrote for the site until its website closed down due to a lack of mainstream attention. In the same year, he was again approached about a new publication called Bitcoin Magazine. Although he started this for fun without knowing how far it would take him, it started opening doors of success for him.
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Vitalik Buterin is still a young man, he is not married, and it has not been mentioned if he is currently seeing dating anyone. He first learned about Bitcoin from his dad, and he did not invest in it just yet. During the same year, he joined as a co-founder of a new online publication (Bitcoin Magazine). Bitcoin Magazine is one of the biggest online publication for bitcoin news. He was the co-founder until the year 2014.
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|Full/Real Name||Vitaly Dmitriyevich Buerin|
|Age (as of today)||29 years|
|Date of Birth||January 31, 1994|
|Place of Birth||Kolomna Russia|
|Height||1.86 m, 6 feet 1 inch|
|Weight||75 kg, 165.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$120 million|
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Vitalik Buterin's height is quite tall measuring 1.86 m. Vitalik Buterin weighs 75 kg. Being born on January 31, 1994, translates to an age of 29 years as of todays date (November 19, 2023).
Blockchains will drop search costs, causing a kind of decomposition that allows you to have markets of entities that are horizontally segregated and vertically segregated.Vitalik Buterin
I personally like hard forks. Particularly, I like the fact that they give users a measure of control, requiring them to opt in to protocol changes. Sure, they can be a little more chaotic if they’re controversial, but that’s the price of freedom.Vitalik Buterin
There is definitely a lot of banks that are interested in private blockchains. In some cases, they are happy with public blockchains as well. The opposition to just doing things on a public blockchain is definitely smaller than some of the strongest detractors think.Vitalik Buterin
Some bitcoin users see the hard fork as in some ways violating their most fundamental values. I personally think these fundamental values, pushed to such extremes, are silly.Vitalik Buterin
You could imagine something like a completely automated system for renting bikes that’s just done completely over blockchain crypto-payments. And theoretically just sort of start it up, and it works completely autonomously.Vitalik Buterin