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Added one year ago by Martin
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Mana is ephemeral
Unlike "gas", "mana" is typically understood to be ephemeral and nontransferable, clarifying the relationship between ether and gas/mana tha
Added one year ago by Martin
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Mana is renewable
Gas in the real world is non-renewable, gas in Ethereum is renewable. Mana is typically understood to be renewable, and so would be more ac.
Added one year ago by Martin
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I don't think the mild semantic benefits of the switch are worth the "transaction costs". >>
Added one year ago by Martin
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Mana has too much magical/mythical connotation associated with white wizards and flying unicorns, mostly understood by gamers. >>
Added one year ago by Martin
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This naming really irks me because of it's religious origin. 'Mana' of course was the food that biblical god Jehovah/Yahweh dropped. >>
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It is longer, and more easily sung. >>
Added 4 months ago by philhipp
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Mana gender biased
"mana" may end up being shorted to the single-syllable, three-letter "MAN", which could result in accusations of gender bias...
Added one year ago by Martin
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