The news reported as the Coindesk, that at SXSW conference there was a debate arises on the fest’s motive: Permission or Private blockchains versus Permissionless or Public blockchains. The Bitcoin Educator or Developer and famous crypto figure, Jimmy Song, expressed his views about the ‘why crypto needs permission if it is assumed to be decentralized’?
He stated, “There has to be an entity that’s giving you permission, and that’s by definition centralized.” He commented about Ethereum fork backing nonfamous hack of the DAO, where the developers and investors of the Ethereum made a deal to reveal a code update directed at rolling back the robbed funds. Song stated, referring to the Ethereum, “I think Ethereum is a permissioned blockchain.”
He commented that, except Bitcoin, all the blockchains will choose to run with a quick and less costly centralized database. He further added, “A permissioned blockchain is an oxymoron because it’s a centralized database that’s masquerading as something decentralized.”
The song is extremely against the centralized blockchain system in the cryptocurrency market chain, but some of the cryptocurrency geeks are in favor of these centralized permissioned blockchains. The founder of Block Tower Capital Ari Paul included that during the namely “corporate coin” will function in an intranet-esque style; they are not all very bad for the cryptocurrency market.
It was not the first time Song opposed permissioned blockchain centralization and expressed his views about other cryptocurrencies like he did about the Ethereum. According to a report of Chepicap currently that Song directed at Bitcoin SV, expressing why the coin is a total fraud, by saying that Craig S.Wright, Calvin Ayre, and the total absence of development are why the Bitcoin SV came out and shown as a total fraud.