The key ingredients to a better blockchain, Part VIII: Usability | Etherean.org

The Altair 8800 didn't have great usability by modern standards. Released in 1975, it arrived as a kit that had to be assembled, and could only be programmed and interacted with via a series of switches and lights on the front panel. Nevertheless, as the first commercially successfully personal computer, it's generally regarded as having kickstarted the microcomputer revolution. Blockchain is roughly as usable today as the personal computer was in 1975, but it's improving by leaps and bounds.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.etherean.org/blockchain/design/ux/2020/10/17/key-ingredients-better-blockchain-part-viii-usability.html

Hi, Lane!
This is Lareina from China.
I saw your post from a rust community group and really like it.
It’s quite helpful for new comers to develop a big picture of this field.
Many ppl are so eager to learn but have no clue to start.
I am wondering wether I could translate this series into Chinese and I will keep your name and intro at the very beginning.

Cheers,
Lareina

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Hi Lareina, welcome to the forum, and thanks for reading! You’re welcome to translate and republish the article as long as you include a link back to the original.

谢谢你!

Lane

Cool.
Thanks Lane!
Will post the link when finish the translation and publication.

Lareina

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