I think this can actually explain a lot of past hard fork dynamics. Without an explicitly agreed process for agreement, people have to predict the implicit process that others are most likely to agree on and resort to. (1/7) https://social.that.world/@wei/106336302936496207
Hard fork governance is like having a ruler that you cannot change. For the majority of time, the ruler will act according to people's will, because he wants to stay in power. However, the only way to replace that ruler, is to throw by force. (6/7)
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