Tezos was born at a time when the first innovations were coming into the blockchain and cryptocurrency space in 2014. Kathleen Breitman, Founder of Tezos and Coase, talks about the ethereum amendment process and incremental improvements in the platform.

“The threshold for ratifying an amendment is set very high,” said Breitman when asked specifically about the first amendment processes in Tezo’s code.

Is Tezos a competitor for Ethereum? Why are people moving their tezos onto centralized exchanges like Coinbase? And what is the future game plan for Coase in creating a digital collectable card game? Breitman answers these questions and more in this video about battling for the base layer.

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