And so on. The moment there's not a Next Big Thing You Have to Have, the whole industry goes belly up.
Actually, at that point the only thing left that they can improve would be the quality of the actual content. So yeah, they may very well go belly up.
The shared library is an out of date concept
No, it is used by every major system today for very good reasons.
Some will say that is how Macs do it
Macs do have shared libraries - the files have a
sounds good when storage was expensive
Statically linked apps don't just take up orders of magnitude more storage, but also significantly more memory. Not only that, but a critical security update to one library requires recompiling and redeploying ALL of the apps that use that library.
today we are virtualizing full platforms just to prevent version incomparably
There are tons of reasons to virtualize that have nothing to do with version compatibility or network security.
Since you seem so committed to statically linking apps, I suggest you go through the Linux From Scratch project and statically compile everything. Then, deploy it to an enterprise environment that requires five-nines uptime as well as all security updates. Be sure to set up a video camera so that I can watch with a bug bucket of popcorn.
Fraud is by definition a departure from the market
Fraud is not a departure from the market any more than it is a feature of the market. It is simply a reality in every society, regardless of how they do business. Of course, fraud can be mitigated through proper regulation but there are a lot of people who oppose that for strictly ideological reasons.
Regardless, the original point that everyone has strayed away from is that the libertarians that championed BitCoin as a currency free of government regulation are getting a cold dose of reality. Apparently some government regulation actually serves a usual purpose.