Dash Core Team
- Apr 9, 2014
that is a problem at OB
there is a bug report since 2 days going on
there is a bug report since 2 days going on
What would you suggest as an alternative to Multi-sig? When are refunds not a headache?Hopefully not discussed already but people tend to hate multisig and previous multisig operations are lagging behind. There are also major headaches associated with refunds. I would advise avoiding it if possible.
I must admit this is a little over my head, Permission from shesek isn't the problem. Might the Darkcoin Foundation be interested in DrkRated LLC? I'll leave this up to them. I Thank you very much.I'm trying to get in touch with shesek behind bitrated. Ask if its okay to make a drkrated. Also we will need to get incorporated like them. Something I am hesitant about."This website is run by HumanInternals, a partnership incorporated under the laws of the state of Israel, + This website is run by Bitrated Ltd, a company incorporated under the laws of the state of Israel,"-https://github.com/shesek/bitrated/commit/bfaa348b228488e9ab451af8bcb9b043abb4053a
Could someone review what they did and TL;DR it here?And we are NOT the only once looking at OB !!
They have definitely coded a bunch of lines , otherwise OB would not be launching 2.0 !I tried to ask in their thread a couple of times, didn't get any meaningful reply, so it's safe to say they haven't coded a single line for it yet.
I was replying to vertoe who asked what Stealthcoin has done wrt OB.They have definitely coded a bunch of lines , otherwise OB would not be launching 2.0 !
I tried to get on before (some weeks ago) but there were still many bugs,
now that should be working much better !!
Try it out and report back !
@50:0230 minutes in ..... OB .... interesting interview ....>
Should this be a concern?“We have been approached by a lot of altcoins to incorporate into the platform, we’ve been approached by people who want to make it an app coin, we’ve been approached for some seed funding as well. And we haven’t gone down any of those paths because we wanna make sure that the community recognises that we’re not doing it for our own profit, that this is not vapourware, that we’re not making promises that we can’t keep…”
I'm still not seeing that anything actually needs to be done. What am I missing?@50:02
Should this be a concern?
Darkcoin is a tool for anonymity. OB is a tool for anonymity. As a matter of fact, a Halloween mask is a tool for anonymity. No one would ever seriously consider attempting to prosecute manufacturers of masks because someone used them to commit a crime. The developers of Darkcoin and of OB are NOT creating tools which are intended for illegal activities at all...just like the makers of mask are NOT intending that their masks be used for illegal purposes.Shit... This really worries me... :what:
I REALLY think we need to be EXTREMELY careful, only because we are called "Darkcoin". We should make the utmost effort to emphasise we are not illegal-promoters, but anonymity promoters.
Just had this thought. If OB has no central authority, then that means that no one can actually block guns/drugs/etc .. or can this be achieved through the notaries? Damned be my limited time right now. I really must catch up on OB.
Totally true!Darkcoin is a tool for anonymity. OB is a tool for anonymity. As a matter of fact, a Halloween mask is a tool for anonymity. No one would ever seriously consider attempting to prosecute manufacturers of masks because someone used them to commit a crime. The developers of Darkcoin and of OB are NOT creating tools which are intended for illegal activities at all...just like the makers of mask are NOT intending that their masks be used for illegal purposes.
No one would prosecute a car manufacturer because a car is used as a getaway car. As a matter of fact, no one even prosecutes gun manufacturers because a gun is used to commit murder.
It would therefore only be logical to recognize that it would be absurd to prosecute the developers of OB because some individuals started using it for illegal purposes. I think it's time to put that idea to bed once and for all.
I will go further and say that we are moving into a new phase of social organization, and that the internet, and cryptocurrency and anonymity technologies will play a big part in this. Just as it was considered "revolutionary" to many to abandon rule by monarchy in favor of democratically elected republics (even by many of those who would stand to benefit from the new-found freedoms, but who were still caught in the older mindset) so too it is now considered "revolutionary" to abandon strict governmental regulation and control of money and even certain forms of information, in favor of of the free and unfettered use of money (of which I include cryptocurrency) and TRULY free speech and the exchange of ideas. Just as the 18th century is widely viewed as a period during which liberty began being seized by revolution, I believe that the 21st century will be when even greater liberty will be seized by revolution. I also believe (and hope) that the revolutions brought about by information technology in the 21st century will be much more peaceful than those of the 18th.
And...now I will get off my soapbox!
It describes the illegal players in these seven steps, including dealers, bulletproof hosting providers, web admins, website sellers and customers and money mules.
But that does not mean prosecutors use common sense and logic. Look at what is happening to Charlie Shreem!
This is the stupidity that worries me