Above and beyond Ethereum Classic's core tenants, a whole school of thought based on the consequences of The Hard Fork and continuation of The Original Ethereum Vision has emerged.
A collection of articles have been gathered below that explore the impact of ETC, its history, and a wider range of theory and research topics, to help further your understanding of Ethereum Classic's unique position and unbounded potential.
Donald McIntyre's Etherplan is a prominent Ethereum Classic theory and research source. McIntyre is responsible for authoring several of the following articles.
How Ethereum Classic will be a successful computing platform and why ETC is an excellent store of value.
It can be said that Ethereum Classic is a conservatively run system, focused on security, and the upcoming Ethereum 2.0 is a progressively run system, focused on performance.
A detailed overview of the story behind ETC by a long term ETCer. You can also read more about ETC history on the roadmap.
Benefits over the World Wide Web
An overview of the wild potential of Ethereum Classic
An approach to maintaining progress whilst avoiding the problems of blockchain governance
What will be ETC's relationship with ETH 1.X when Ethereum moves to Proof of Stake?
By anchoring to a proof of work physical base, the subjective layer acquires orders of magnitude more objectivity, thus security.
Some core philosophies of Ethereum's ETC chain.