Juan Garofalo juan.g71 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 22:16:14 PST 2014

--On Thursday, February 27, 2014 11:12 PM -0600 Troy Benjegerdes
<hozer at hozed.org> wrote:

> I'd argue that centralized systems provide, on averge, a larger anonymity
> set and privacy in the majority of cases than decentralized ones. In
> particular exchanges that everyone believes are 'incompetent' are a
> wonderful place to get a lot of cheap plausible deniability by making
> everyone else that uses  it pay for it when the house of cards falls down.

	In the case of something like mtgox, how did it provide privacy? Or
plausible deniality? Users have to send IDs, bank account details,
everything is logged, etc etc. What am I missing? 

> -- 
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --- Troy Benjegerdes                 'da hozer'
> hozer at hozed.org 7 elements
> earth::water::air::fire::mind::spirit::soul        grid.coop
>       Never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel,
>          nor try buy a hacker who makes money by the megahash

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