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Honest.cash doesn't store the content on the blockchain, right?
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I think that member (Reddit on the blockchain) is the **upper limit** of what should be stored on the blockchain as content.
FUBAR-BDHR
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Unless the blockchain is specific to storing such content. Say a sidechain linked to the main chain. .
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agreed
Unusual Uther
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Yeah well, sidechains are not blockchains unless you have machines mining them. Then at that point they are barely sidechains.
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I won't be the judge of that. But honestly (no pun intented) storing large articles seldom makes sense. But I think having an option to pay for storing certain articles could be
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(--^ attempt at fixing my sentence :-p)
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But default behaviour should NOT be storing on the blockchain (arrrgh).
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usefull. But default behaviour should be storing on the blockchain, because it if often not neccessary.
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I'm curious if users will write **longer texts** on member now, since member supports **markdown**.
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I did just now, and I failed :-p
Forgetting a "not" makes my text nonsense :-)
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Try to write a memorandum using
# Titel
## section
### subsection

Text marked **bold** and *Italic*.
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Honest.cash doesn't store the content on the blockchain.
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Right ok. Thanks :-)
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Recently there is also https://read.cash
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Yes. I mean to check out read.cash soon. Just a bit busy right now :-)