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i was thinking about internet that use the same idea like crypto coin wallet, where the database is what everybody download when they first sync their wallet,

crypto coin can be used to enable a person/group/company to put something inside the database, in another words, the more you mine, the more content you are allowed to put inside that public sync database,

then such coin will become something value, and everybody can start their own local public internet, another words, win-win situation,

maybe we could allow something like a hash comes with storage of 1 MB or 20MB or you design,

but i need the coin to able to erase / rewrite the previous content,
the idea is if you rewrite, you need to pay the rewrite amount of coin to the person who write it first, yup, we needs maths model to deal with such modification,

i think, this is the next internet, a real open source, nobody control net,
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i hope so, but i am ok with closed-source proprietary software.
it is up to users to choose which one they need/want.

software will transform into online service, basically, same situation like, people prefer online connected game.
HaHaAnonymous wrote:

You can start the revolution by donating to every open source and free ($) software you use. Every bit counts!


i did that already, =)
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Post 26 Dec 2013, 16:43
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sleepsleep wrote:
... nobody control net,
While I support the concept, in reality it can't happen. There are always points of central control, it is basic physics and efficiency requirements that dictates that.

IMO a better way is not to try and eliminate points of control (since it can't be done), but instead to minimise the effect such points can have. You can never get to a situation where such points have zero influence but you can get close. This still suffers from the case where ALL points of centralisation are compromised by single actor but as long as there are enough points and they are distributed widely and evenly then the chance of such a thing happening are significantly reduced.
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matefkr



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"You can start the revolution by donating to every open source and free ($) software you use. Every bit counts!"

bullshit. big closed source companies will make open source software to donate.
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u totally fotgot about the very fact that devices of the internets are ruled by some individuals. they can steal. let the thinking to be done by me instead.
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perhaps.
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