I manage to compile PIVX successfully.if you need the third vote to start coding, I would rather have you code the vote by number (and take the median). Which instead is really important, and I am sure someone will use sooner or later.
So have events for people put empty wallets in a box how do we prevent people from going to multiple events or going to the same event multiple times?
It is impossible for people to go to multiple events or go to the same event multiple times. Because all the events are closed door events, they happen the exact same time, and their proceedings are broadcasted in the internet with a camera. Additionally, just before the event ends and the doors open again, a web of trust among separate events is created and signed. All the attendees of all events share a common total amount of money (as basic income), so there is great incentive for the attendees of all events not to sign other events that are not appropriate.
The concurrency of events may have an exception, if we talk about events happen in separate continents (ex. Asia and America). In that case the events may happen in such a difference of time that it will be impossible for an individual to attend two events.
Are we looking for a list of dash users I see how bad actors can cause issues with this method more so the requiring 1000 dash being owned to vote.
<vote history>Everyone is marked as individual (while remain anonymous). So the community knows the individuals, and can take measures against bad individual actors, in case they over do it.
I cannot think how it is possible to compromise someones real world identity using this system. Can you think a possible scenario?If there was a way to do this without compromising someones real world identity I don't see any down sides..Is this even possible though?
For the people who attend the meeting it is definitely a proof of individuality.what you are suggesting isn't proof of individuality. At best its probable individuality.
Still the bad actor can pay others to be thier shills. You say a universal dividend will protect this but how many people take out payday loans at insane rates to pay for stuff today giving up money in the future.
The guy who is the owner of several masternodes and wants to hide has to pay his puppets more than the universal dividend. Otherwise why the puppets to give them their wallet? Do you think you can find someone who can pay the people more than the universal dividend? I dont think so! And how many puppets can he pay? He has to be very very rich in order for his sybil attack to have a real impact, but if he so rich then in that case he owns the cryptocurrency anyway! Of course everything depends on how big the dividend is. Offering a decent dividend is not only a philanthropy, it is also a safety measure in order to prevent the coin for being compromised. And lets suppose that someone succeds in his sybil Attack and manages to buy many proof of individuality. What is the real impact? All his puppets will vote identicaly, so the statistics will still reveal that they are puppets! And he owns those proof of individuality not forever but until the next cryptoparty, which whenever it happens (for example after 2 years) will result in paying the puppets again.
An alternative universal dividend can be introduced, based not in fiat currency but in mutual credit.but how many people take out payday loans at insane rates to pay for stuff today giving up money in the future.
I think the current situation is scary, where stupids and spies are hidden behind anonymous masternodes and vote on their own benefit and against the benefit of the community.It is a scary proposition that u make..
Furthermore a proof of individuality that respects anonymity , may protect us also from receiving the mark of the beast on our right hand or on our forehead.I'm not totally sold, but I like the overall idea...I think a proof of individuality that protects anonymity is also something I read someone was trying to work on for crypto, without real world meetings. But until something like that comes along (and I have no idea what that would entail, as a non-techie guy), this seems like both fun and useful. Just the kind of weird party Skatopia would love!