needs in OpenPGP to use it for a bitcoin replacement.
jerome at jeromebaum.com
Tue May 31 19:32:04 CEST 2011
On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 12:44, Jean-Jacques Brucker
<jeanjacquesbrucker at gmail.com> wrote:
>> So what happens if I don't have an established WoT? Does this currency
>> just not work for me? If you want to promote OpenPGP, then it's
>> probably best to promote it to people who aren't using it yet -- as
>> opposed to people who are already using it and have an established
> As it is WoT-based, a given currency can only be exchanged in only one WoT.
> Building a WoT is so the mandatory first step.
Point still applies.
>> I have no interests, economically speaking, of writing this email.
>> It's not like I'm going to make money from this, not even indirectly.
>> People have other interests than economic ones -- say you want to
>> promote digital currencies, or you are genuinely interested in the
> Both of them.
> If u want a short retrospection about my motivation
Sorry for the subtlety, I was pointing out the fact that the Bitcoin
creators needn't have economic interests in helping you, and still may
be happy to do so. You should still definitely get in touch with them
if you want to create an improvement over Bitcoin.
>> > § 5 an entity is an human or a group of defined humans (no legal entity).
> To keep things simple.
Why is this simpler? How is any market going to spawn with your new
digital currency if businesses are prohibited from trading there? Why
make a restriction that isn't strictly related to the technical and
economical model you are designing?
>> I've also taken a look at http://www.open-udc.org/en/money_rules and
>> frankly it feels like I was hit by a bus: "A new Open-UDC member must
>> be approuved by 2/3 or more of all members" is quite a condition. Does
>> this mean I cannot trade the currency if I don't have prior approval
>> of a 2/3 majority of the existing traders? Two options:
> By the way, such kind of rules is not in the technical heart of a WoT-based
> solution which I try to define (and need help for that).
Exactly my point when it comes to § 6.
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