…been cited in Ethereum blockchain governance disputes after the DAO hard fork (specifically, in the still-unresolved stuck funds dispute). Indeed, Nick Szabo’s law is often cited by core developers to justify their choices in blockchain…
If the funds that were stuck by the actions of devops199 were even a third of the amount of ETH which was placed into the DAO we would have already forked by now.
And BTW this security vulnerability of the value of contracts being allowed to exceed the security model of Ethereum as a protocol is still not fixed yet. What are your thoughts on this? Why have you failed to fix your security architecture such that contracts are not permitted to put the entire ecosystem at risk of a contentious fork?