Cryptocurrency: DEX - Distributed Exchanges
other.arkitech at protonmail.com
Sun May 10 21:02:57 PDT 2020
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On Monday, May 11, 2020 3:41 AM, grarpamp <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/10/20, other.arkitech other.arkitech at protonmail.com wrote:
> > I am working on prototyping a DEX (both D-Ex and De-X), I agree on the
> > criteria mentioned in this post, thx.
> The crypto world will have some questions, if, like USPS,
> those cannot be used over anonymous overlay networks.
This is wrong assumption about UPSP. The fact that you know the IP of the nodes does not reveal anything else about the node behind, not who is the source of information on any transaction, not the recipient, not the message.
The only think that reveal that there is a node behind exchanging encrypted traffic with other nodes.
That's pretty good privacy.
> Coins and DEX that are not privacy and anonymous including
> location, just like cash and metals are, are now facing outspoken
> adoption problems in the crypto community due to that. They are
> recognizing those problems as loss of necessary and useful feature
> set of cash and metals.
> Perhaps some of the first currencies they would trade
> away in DEX would be some that have elements of premined
> and or ongoing founder tax. Many have distaste for
> such startup getrich exit, when reset and mine are more
> fair and just as profitably exitable to "investors" who start
> fairly mining a quality coin project at that instant of public
> reset over the decade of emission curve. They maybe trade
> away non privacy ones too. And closed source ones.
> Still early days to see. Have fun.
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