And I say this as someone who did spend a lot of time implementing my own VM for executing Ethereum contracts so I could automatically detect which were vulnerable to bugs. But when the time came, I didn't run it since it didn't sit ethically right with me. I wouldn't want to surprise the contract's owner by taking all the Ethereum (HMMMM sounds familiar), and nor would I have a way to contact them.
So my stance on Ethereum are coming from actual hands-on experience too.
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