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The billionaire owner of Ethereum wants the womb to be FAKE so women don’t have to hold children

The CREATOR of the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency has put himself in hot water for saying that women should get a falsified uterus.

27-year-old crypto giant Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, made the strange suggestion during a Twitter debate initiated by Elon Musk.

Vitalik Buterin

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Vitalik ButerinCredit: Getty

His outlandish remarks came as tech enthusiasts discussed the falling birth rate.

He argues that the imbalance in economic success between men and women worsens when a couple gets married and has children.

So he made a proposal that felt more appropriate for an episode of Black Mirror than in real life.

“The synthetic uterus will remove the burden of pregnancy, significantly reducing inequality,” he said.

While some liked the idea, others called him “particularly short-sighted”.

“This is not the Matrix, Vitalik,” said one user.

“Do we really have to go that far?” another said.

“I don’t have kids but this doesn’t sound appealing to me at all!”

A third said: “Let men deal with women’s problems and all without asking them of course what they need.”

The billionaire’s shocking proposal comes after Elon Musk highlighted the trend of declining birth rates globally.

“We should be much more worried about population collapse,” he said.

“If do not have eWhatever man is for Earth, there certainly won’t be enough for Mars. “

Russian-Canadian programmer Vitalik co-founded Ethereum in 2015.

He recently became the world’s youngest crypto billionaire as the value of Ethereum skyrocketed.

Ethereum is also a ledger technology – using “blockchain”, just like Bitcoin.

Buterin said the prosthetic uterus would ease the burden of pregnancy for women

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Buterin said the prosthetic uterus would ease the burden of pregnancy for womenCredit: Getty
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