\0xDynamite dreamingforward at
Fri Jun 5 15:33:26 PDT 2020

There is no application for cryptocurrencies other than the creation
of a virtual economy for the movement of virtual goods and services
offered online.

Cryptocurrencies are valued at, what? $10BillionUS?  Whatever it is,
it is an injection of a foreign (yet still somewhat pure) money system
into a karmically-entangled one.  YOU DON'T WANT THAT.

If you entangle your new money with the old one, it won't do anything
but create a dystopia like Blade Runner without any real Justice or
corrections of history.

No, you need to be sophisticated...


On 6/5/20, Punk-Stasi 2.0 <punks at> wrote:
> On Fri, 05 Jun 2020 20:02:14 +0000
> "other.arkitech" <other.arkitech at> wrote:
>> I feel a bit sad, bcs nobody cares about USPS, even though it looks like
>> matching all the stuff you say about desirable coins (with the exception
>> of the opening of the source code, which I stated will come after finding
>> angel investor and create dev-community)
>> I believe this is the only mind-blocking anti-feature.
>> Correct me if there is any other major complain about USPS
> 	so your system doesn't have a bloated chain, which is nice. The 'consensus'
> is handled by voting...based one IP address one vote. But how robust is
> relying on IP addresses at the end of the day?
> 	then what about privacy? The fact that nodes don't keep the history doesn't
> mean it isn't trivial for anybody to keep a copy of all transactions. So,
> are you using techniques like, say, those used by monero to hide amounts and
> senders/receivers?

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