- Jul 12, 2015
Oh, but I thought you was all for transparency-first? I mean, transparency-first means you want the transaction there for all to see. With transparency-first, you really don't care if someone finds out who you are, where you were, who you did business with, and whether they label you as a menace to society.. right? I mean, given the spectrum between transparency and privacy, you consider privacy of lesser importance, right? No? - oh, silly me, I got it wrong.. you're saying privacy is a free choice not something you should expect. Got it!That doesn't follow. Nothing that I said would imply that either MNOs or any Dash users for that matter would voluntarily disclose their financial transactions to the public. Again, some Dash users are more careful than others when it comes to their privacy. And some Masternode operators are more careful than others when it comes to their privacy. Some people fail to protect their privacy through apathy or ignorance. If coinfirm or other blockchain analysis companies start coming more into play, then you will see more MNOs who care about privacy, taking extra measures to protect privacy, and you will see more end users who care about privacy, using PrivateSend.
Transparency is all about shared public data and letting someone mine that data until you're uncovered... but I see your point, eventually privacy will become an issue and more MNOs will take more steps to protect themselves! Yes, finally I understand! - MNOs will eventually be more privacy focused instead of transparent. Good point.
And you're still seriously defending your logic! lol