[Cryptography] Review of UBIC

grarpamp grarpamp at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 13:58:14 PDT 2018

On Fri, Apr 27, 2018 at 9:47 AM, Phillip Hallam-Baker
<phill at hallambaker.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 23, 2018 at 12:03 PM, Ubicorn via cryptography
> <cryptography at metzdowd.com> wrote:
>> I posted some weeks ago regarding my Universal Basic Income Cryptocurrency
>> project and I just finished a Whitepaper draft that can be seen here:
>> https://github.com/UBIC-repo/Whitepaper
>> If someone has a suggestions he or she is free to open a pull request or
>> send me an email.
> UBI is something that anyone serious about tech needs to be thinking about
> because our current capitalist economy is based on the assumption that labor
> is a scarce resource and is structured to allocate it efficiently (by some
> measure).
> As Karl Marx pointed out, the system will fall when automation reaches the
> Malthus... Puritans... Theresa May...
> ...
> [snip 500 word essay]

Hey thanks for getting your posts about
"the technical, social, political, security, privacy, legal,
multinational aspects of cryptosystems"
posted to this list.
That means such discussions relating to same are infact fully approved,
and yet another resubmittal per that is warranted,
again witnesseth cypherpunks.

On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 7:33 PM,  <cryptography-owner at metzdowd.com> wrote:
> "This thread is dead as it was an admitted fake news article."

The OP posted snippets of junk journalism.
Another poster corrected it with links to source docs
and much better journalism.
Then another poster posted yet more flaky content.
For which a proper counter / alternative is warranted.

There's lots of other material relavant to
"technical, social, political, security, privacy, legal, multinational
aspects of cryptosystems'
in that to be completed thread for which
the list could ponder lively, and should given
cryptocurrency is the newest mass critical cryptosystem
out there.

Also, "Will We Ever Learn", "The Bob Morris Worm",
"Unicode", "Speculation" and many other threads over
time questionably met charter as barely mentioning any
applied / underlying cryptographic / topical element in them.

It's being reposted, witnesseth cypherpunks.
Do what you want with it.

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