My favourite sentence from that article is:
Ethereum developers are actively working on a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) system
It’s only a matter of time when people want to see wider adoption that they’ll consider Peercoin’s chain as a good store of value for larger transactions.
Any layman try to figure out Ethereum yet? Wow, it’s really a geekfest over there and I thought we were complicated.
I understand that Eth might have a good engine that no one will ever see on front end applications, but still. It’s hard to get into from a layman’s perspective.
I’ve been figuring out and playing with Ethereum.
I wouldn’t claim that the entry level is low, as you still need to know what’s going on.
You still need to understand “smart contracts”, …
I believe it’s a nice chain to get a proof of concept running.
But if you want to build a stable Blockchain product, I wouldn’t put my money on it (Vendor lock-in).