Ethereum: Turing-Completeness and Rich Statefulness Explained

You have probably heard that Ethereum is Turing complete, and Bitcoin is not. What does that mean? It means that in Ethereum you can write programs (the famous smart contracts) that can solve any computational problem. But then Vitalik comes and says that what is really important is having rich statefulness. This article is the best explanation I found when I was looking for answers.


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