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Bitcoin's Big Ethereum Problem

"A man always has two reasons for doing anything: a good reason and the real reason," as J.P. Morgan succinctly put it a century ago. The same applies to finance today, and the attacks against the Ethereum team from a minority of Bitcoin users continue to surprise and amuse me. I own Bitcoin and support the project. I own Ether and support the project. But what's clear is that some influential people in the Bitcoin community are tickled by Ethereum in a way I've not seen before.
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