Bitnation system. Looks interesting.

Brenda Fernández me at
Tue Sep 22 09:27:23 PDT 2015

wut? you didn't expect us to actually do anything, did you? (:

Crowdfunding + marketing smoke was the whole business plan. The only actual
people involved left back in 2014 when it became clear the ship wasn't
going anywhere because said ship didn't even exist in the first place.

The founder's hotness is their only asset.

On Wed, Sep 9, 2015 at 1:41 PM, Martin Becze <mjbecze at> wrote:

> >somewhat off
> Yeah the founder went/is crazy, there is no technical work done and all of
> the developers that were working on the project quite.
> On Wed, Sep 9, 2015 at 4:30 PM, Lodewijk andré de la porte <l at>
> wrote:
>> It's documentation is overly verbose, speculative, assuming and unclear.
>> I love the idea of providing services that the government usually tends
>> to.
>> I somewhat know what marriage before God means. I somewhat know what
>> marriage before the State means. I have no idea what marriage before the
>> Blockchain means. Probably no more than lovers' tree-carvings.
>> Relationship to reality is the hardest part - it's also where things like
>> enforcement starts turning it's ugly head.
>> I'd argue marriage before state is an artifact of the marriage between
>> church and state. Relationships, commitments, etc, these would be better
>> explained in contract. Contracts can go onto a blockchain. Generic. Neat.
>> Unpretentious.
>> Bitnation is fascinating, thought provoking, but it seems somewhat off.

Brenda Fernández
me at
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