What’s it mean to you?
The term “Immutability” or “immutable” is frequently used in the blockchain / crypto space. So much so, that its definition sometimes becomes obscure, as it’s used in various ways. It’s become a buzzword of sorts. So what does immutability actually mean and what do you think it should it apply to?
We say that code is law and it must remain immutable, but exactly what “code is it”, that is to remain immutable. Is it the protocol layer, parts of the network layer, or contracts on the application layer that the immutability principle must apply to?
Many seem to think that ETC should never innovate, upgrade, or add new features because the code must remain the same / unchanged ie no forks
What’s your opinion on “Immutability and how you think it should be applied to the ETC ecosystem?”