Anonymous Cryptocurrency Millionaire Developer Slams Major Smart Contract Platforms With Seven Critical Points
- “Rarely have seen anything handled so unprofessionally”
- Is centralization the worst thing about BSC?
An anonymous blockchain expert who goes by @ kaber2 on GitHub posted a raging analysis of the development and maintenance aspects of Binance Smart Chain.
“Rarely have seen anything handled so unprofessionally”
On November 16, 2021, @ kaber2 posted seven reviews against the popular smart contract platform Binance Smart Chain.
– mewny the answer guy (@ mewn21) November 18, 2021
First, there is no code review: patches are released without a proper description. Thus, it is difficult to know which problems are solved by which commit or that commit.
Then the BSC development process lacks beta testing: new updates make matters worse. The team pays no attention to bug reports, even when the same issue is reported by thousands of developers.
The reviewer rejected the decision to disable peer-to-peer transaction broadcasts because its implementation makes the entire network highly centralized.
Is centralization the worst thing about BSC?
Last but not least, @ kaber2 slams increasing block size with reduced block time. Overall, he accused the larger CEX team of a “cash grab” approach:
Binance wanted a quick hack to make money, but is unwilling to expand even modest resources to make this thing actually work.
He / she revealed that there were 4,000 Binance Coins (BNB) in their bags, which equates to approximately $ 2.35 million. However, the BSC critic is considering liquidating his BNB holdings.
As covered by U.Today previously, @ kaber2 is far from alone in its opinion on the centralization of Binance.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong and Jay Hao of OKEx also accused the Binance team of centralizing its smart contract environment.