The chief executive officer and the co-founder for the Bull Bitcoin (a Canadian company dedicated for bitcoin all over Canada), Francis Pouliot offers his side of the talk over the propositions for the core values that bitcoins holds. This was a follow up to the discourse that cryptos specifically bitcoin must have a system that even the government level attackers can breach. Though this is way much to ask out of the cryptos at the stage, it can rest over the crypto chronology ahead in time. A bitcoin core developer, Luke Dashjr put out his statement that the core of bitcoin must be able to fend off even strong government level attacks and build protocols to even not allow NSA to breach. Dashjr mentioned that we are far behind that point yet and have to cover much. Francis Pouliot declares that the in order to maintain the ore values of bitcoin, the users are to run their own nodes and validate blocks for whatever transaction they intend to continue. BlockPublisher extracted some remarks from Pouliot and the core values that build up the entire concept that bitcoin is based upon.
Bitcoin holds some precious core values like tackling censorship, immutability, trust-less validation, scarcity and security. The sheer power that bitcoin is the first to defy any negative addition pushes the crypto further. This is achieved as each person runs his own node and validate blocks for every transaction.
The cryptos are bound to soar off to prosperity one day and every crypto analyst and a crypto fan wants to reach to a crypto product bearing the options of their likings and choosing. This not only puts a strain over the current product that users love already but can produce the tension of having to choose between the new feature and the current main highlight. The feature better suited to keep the cryptos in the financial circle more beneficially, would be the preference, which is this case is sticking to the norms bitcoin was born with.
Pouliot suggests that in order to tackle grand attacks, we must stick to the basic values, otherwise the disfigured product might not be useful in the future, and would not require fending off attacks to begin with.