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Maybe my perception is off but it feels like @vitalik.eth had a long break from writing/promoting EIPs but is now back with a vengeance. And I am here for it.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hedgehog_and_the_Fox
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Doxxed
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šŸŒˆ - (s)pectra ?
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I am a duck
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I think we're now in our first sustained period of 4844 blob demand leading to real (if still tiny) blob fees. Insert "it's happening" gif here.
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I think it is possible to have those traits and be less of an asshole though. I lost a lot of respect from him after his behaviour towards the rescue of the trapped Thai football team. He came across as a petulant child.
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@somer's guides! https://someresat.medium.com/
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How will we guarantee that history remains available once full modes forget it by default? Is there a p2p network that can provide a strong guarantee?
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Not sure why but I suddenly want to listen to Dave Brubeck's Blue Rondo Ć  la Turk
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That's a very undesirable state to be in!
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That's going to happen to some extent anyway and is not a reason not to address the staking ratio.
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Um anyone who doesn't want an intermediated asset as collateral. > The terminal state of any positive yield is 100% stake by LSTs. This is precisely why we must not have positive yield out to 100% stake.
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TIL you need at least 44,000 ETH restaked with Eigenlayer if you want to be an EigenDA operator.
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I would expect LST holders to go wherever they can get the best yield. When the staking yield drops, they will exit their positions much more quickly than solo stakers.
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There is not going to be any way to address this problem which does not involve a significant reduction in staking yield. As a solo staker myself I'm not thrilled about it, but I care more about the long term visibility of Ethereum.
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If you believe this then you will know that it is urgent to limit the proportion of ETH that is staked, requiring a reduction in issuance. Otherwise ETH will effectively be replaced by an LST in the long term.
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Maybe. But I'm not convinced that Eigenlayer really wants solo stakers. I'd love to discover I'm wrong.
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What with this and the lack of points premium for solo stakers, I'm left with the impression that small staker-operators aren't really seen as an important part of the EigenLayer ecosystem.
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I was disappointed to discover that only the 200 operators with the largest stake can participate in actually running EigenDA. I'd love to hear a take from @sreeramkannan or others in the know what role is envisaged for solo stakers I'm the EigenLayer ecosystem.
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