Monthly Archives: February 2014

Machines that own themselves in bitcoin

What? Yes I really mean machines that own themselves. This is the first of a three-part series that will take the reader through my vision of the future. I see this future as within this decade, i.e. the next six

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Bitcoin blockchain is not a thing, it’s a design pattern

Imagine somebody in the decentralised Internet space for over 10 years seemingly attacking the first decentralised information system? This is not an attack on bitcoin! Bitcoin as a decentralised system of value transfer is indisputable. It has proven that to

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A compelling business strategy for a fair world

This is going to be a bit of a long post. There are many ideas and responses to recent comments that I would like to clear up as well as some suggestions that would be good to get comments on.

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Why do I keep going on about ants and nature.

Quick post this time. I answered this in an email today and figured, posting it may mean I repeat it less 🙂 So here it is: PS Can you remind me of your ant analogy wrt your network?   Yes

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Lavabit will always happen when servers are involved

One thing we can depend on as humans, power corrupts! Whether the Roman Empire, the British Empire or the ‘isms’ such as Communism, Capitalism etc. greed always leads to power struggles and then these are won, that society actually dies.

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What happens when an autonomous data network meets an autonomous trade mechanism?

 A breakthrough in decentralised trade. Bitcoin is changing the financial landscape and is very likely to do so at a speed we will not understand. Humans find exponential growth difficult, or perhaps impossible, to comprehend. In the West or developed

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