podany

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· 26d
Simple Ledger Postage Protocol: Enabling A True SLP Token Ecosystem On Bitcoin Cash
by Ⓥin Ⓐrmani
https://bit.ly/2XtvFgP
Eric Reid
replied · 29d
Make sure restore the latest lightning channel states, else lose all your coins /s
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followed · 52d
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podany
replied · 78d
By 'the stuff' do you mean drugs? :p
· 105d
Memo has over 1000 folowers!
followed · 110d
podany
replied · 113d
Well, as long as it only goes gives the voter ability to sign a message to prove that a particular ballot has been cast by them it seems okay.
podany
replied · 113d
Yes, such technology would be easier to sell with at least pseudonymity working.
podany
replied · 113d
Another thing we should reconsider if anonymity is actually a required/desired thing in a direct democracy. Athenians voted by raising their hands, after all.
podany
replied · 113d
podany
I am not going to pretend I have a good-enough grasp of cryptography and bitcoin to design such process :p
podany
replied · 113d
You are right, it needs to be figured out. You could still maintain pseudonymity with the right process of generating addresses/distributing the ballots, which would be good enough.
muted · 113d
podany
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@memo That's funny I get this fake Roger account recommended in "Whom to follow" :P
podany
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podany
I'm just wondering, if eg. Catalonia could have its referendum done on blockchain.
It would be super-cool to use existing citizen IDs to distrubute the ballots permisionlessly
podany
replied · 113d
@memo Respect for the tremendous you're doing here (y)
podany
replied · 113d
Yeah, you're right. Polls are great! I had using tokens as voting ballots in mind but on second thought it seems possible to use transaction outputs as ballots without using tokens :)
podany
replied · 116d
Nice! What about onchain voting? Could it be implemented using tokens?
replied · 123d
They stand for the Federal Reserve...
podany
replied · 123d
Not really :(
podany
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voted I don't need any tokens at all · 152d
created poll · 152d
Why don't you buy tokens on memo exchange?
Don't like listed tokens 0 votes · 0 satoshis
I don't need any tokens at all 3 votes · 0 satoshis
I already have many tokens 4 votes · 888 satoshis
Memo is wrong place to buy tokens 0 votes · 0 satoshis
Lack of some features on memo exchange 1 votes · 0 satoshis
Other (write in reply) 3 votes · 2,500 satoshis

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Tek
· 166d
Today I deleted Facebook and soon I will be deleting Instagram as a quest to live a better life and waste less time on unimportant things.
· 167d
"Local US Government To Use Bitcoin Cash SLP Tokens"

Congrats Josh Green on this exciting project in Dublin, Ohio!

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/c7vshk/local_us_government_to_use_bitcoin_cash_slp_tokens/