With the release of DIGG coming - the launch of a new product is always a delicate time - I’d like to know what is the general feeling around the current situation regarding the insane gas fees on Ethereum, and the way it impacts Badger overall, right now and in the longer term. While hoping that we get temporary solutions before ETH 2, I’m concerned about the impacts these fees may have for the delicate crypto ecosystems, mainly Badger, which represents a big part of my crypto holdings.
I’m no dev, I’m surely unaware of all the latest developments, but I’d like to have your take on the matter.
It might even sound naive, because I don’t understand all the implications related to such things - even though I can imagine all the complexities - but has Badger as a project ever considered the possibility that it might need to change it’s operating network, if the situation gets really unsustainable, fees-wise?
I’m thinking of all the noobs getting into crypto, that won’t be interested in spending 20-30$ for a claim, and any smaller investor for whom these crazy fees are absolutely prohibitive. As a matter of fact, they are for me. I’m personaly delaying reward claims because of fees.
I think at one point it might be a serious turn off and that it might seriously slow down project adoption.
Again, thanks for taking into considerations my personal lack of knowledge in dev/tech stuff .
A quick note regarding the fact that english is not my first language, please excuse any syntax mistakes I might be doing.