The Ethereum community can’t figure out what the total outstanding supply of the asset is.
This is a MAJOR problem and showcases why ETH is not good money.
I’ll be explaining Monday morning.
— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) August 8, 2020
A simple matter of calculation
Quick script to compute the total eth supply. Gives a result close to etherscan, but don't trust me and etherscan, review the code and run it yourself.https://t.co/dnDFTs6YlO pic.twitter.com/9ECDtF1509
— Marc-André Dumas (@marcandu) August 7, 2020
Ethereum’s Achilles heel is Bitcoin’s obsession
Holy shit. No one actually knows what the total supply of ETH is. https://t.co/Poszi7LOuG
— grubles (@notgrubles) August 7, 2020
Those who don't understand nuance, seize on some silly tribalistic argument and get all excited that they have finally and definitively debunked Bitcoin or Ethereum, while they've only debunked their reputation and integrity.
— Andreas ☮ 🌈 ⚛ ⚖ 🌐 📡 📖 📹 🔑 🛩 (@aantonop) August 10, 2020
It is possible that within a couple years, ETH may not only be the most useful asset in crypto given its on-chain economy, but also crypto’s most credibly scarce asset given ETH 2.0 and EIP 1559.
Only time will tell. pic.twitter.com/IplOvSNtDz
— Ryan Watkins (@RyanWatkins_) June 24, 2020