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confusing positive and negative rights 🙄
Replying to TrashPosterInTheDark
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Why would you want to protect and control your own money when you can trust banks?

*have to* being the operative word. Dash is assuming u *have to* defend yourself in the absence of gov. can choose to make or buy food, make or buy security, make or buy money storage.
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Let me suggest to you that your right to free speech and guns, while a natural right, would be much more difficult for you to defend all by your lonesome.

Security/protection is a service. You dont have to cook your own food, build your own computer, build your own car. Why would you have to defend yourself?
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Let me suggest to you that your right to free speech and guns, while a natural right, would be much more difficult for you to defend all by your lonesome.

you're not a soc but you’re making the same assumption. “We don’t want gov, as an organization, providing security” != “we don’t want organizations providing security.“
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Let me suggest to you that your right to free speech and guns, while a natural right, would be much more difficult for you to defend all by your lonesome.

And so on, and so on. It is as if the socialists were to accuse us of not wanting persons to eat because we do not want the state to raise grain.” - Frédéric Bastiat
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Let me suggest to you that your right to free speech and guns, while a natural right, would be much more difficult for you to defend all by your lonesome.

We object to a state religion. Then the socialists say that we want no religion at all. We object to a state-enforced equality. Then they say that we are against equality.
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Let me suggest to you that your right to free speech and guns, while a natural right, would be much more difficult for you to defend all by your lonesome.

government, the socialists conclude that we object to its being done at all. We disapprove of state education. Then the socialists say that we are opposed to any education.
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Let me suggest to you that your right to free speech and guns, while a natural right, would be much more difficult for you to defend all by your lonesome.

“Socialism, like the ancient ideas from which it springs, confuses the distinction between government and society. As a result of this, every time we object to a thing being done by
I dont think you’re a shill, just that its not a productive thing to focus on. Easier to cut FUD by focusing on differences in tech (pro/cons to larger blocks, fungibility, censorship)
hmm. generally, discussions on e-celebrities are shill threads (they divide otherwise united people by focusing on people’s character or opinion on topics, not the topics themselves).
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hmm, using it to keep gov accountable sounds like a ring of power argument. aka some power we can wield to keep gov in check when in reality it will be turned against the general pop

Exactly.
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Replying to DarkSpaceCEO (DarkSpace Industries)
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People prefer transparent blockchains for that, and because tracability makes crime fighting and business auditing easier. But all of this is at the expense of privacy, and freedom.

biz & crime sound like reasonable requests, but like you said at the expense of privacy/freedom. thanks for the points. couldnt see why any one would want transparent chains
Replying to DarkSpaceCEO (DarkSpace Industries)
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People prefer transparent blockchains for that, and because tracability makes crime fighting and business auditing easier. But all of this is at the expense of privacy, and freedom.

hmm, using it to keep gov accountable sounds like a ring of power argument. aka some power we can wield to keep gov in check when in reality it will be turned against the general pop
Replying to e🌱xx🌱tra
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my worry too. but I'm so far from understanding the math that makes all this work so idk maybe its possible? 🤔

You'd definitely need a hard fork. And everyone would have to agree on it. Which isn't the case. Some prefer the transparent blockchain, as it supposedly make gov accountable.
Replying to DarkSpaceCEO (DarkSpace Industries)
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You'd definitely need a hard fork. And everyone would have to agree on it. Which isn't the case. Some prefer the transparent blockchain, as it supposedly make gov accountable.

People prefer transparent blockchains for that, and because tracability makes crime fighting and business auditing easier. But all of this is at the expense of privacy, and freedom.
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there is rich people that doesn't deserves to be rich, specially some artists, they can give me their money and I could make incredible things with it

If it is so easy to make expensive art, why don't you do it?
Replying to DarkSpaceCEO (DarkSpace Industries)
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And tbh, anything better than mixers at this point, is better than sticking with the status quo of mixers and blockchain analysis cat-mouse.

mixers are definitely a hack solution.
Replying to DarkSpaceCEO (DarkSpace Industries)
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I think it's way too late for BCH to adopt a non-transparent blockchain, even if that's what everyone wanted, which it isn't.

And tbh, anything better than mixers at this point, is better than sticking with the status quo of mixers and blockchain analysis cat-mouse.
Replying to DarkSpaceCEO (DarkSpace Industries)
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I think it's way too late for BCH to adopt a non-transparent blockchain, even if that's what everyone wanted, which it isn't.

my worry too. but I'm so far from understanding the math that makes all this work so idk maybe its possible? 🤔
Replying to e🌱xx🌱tra
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the issue is every private tx on an optional privacy chain is treated as suspicious. if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear line of reasoning. agree must be protocol lvl.

Definitely, but my hope is that you can move your coins off exchanges and then do private transactions using that optional protocol.
Replying to DarkSpaceCEO (DarkSpace Industries)
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The real kicker is your mandated BY LAW to go through this. If you want a better education, parents have to pony up the cash and research the school type etc.

pony up the cash *with money that has been taxed* to pay for the poor quality public education.

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