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September 03, 2015, 03:22:41 AM
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lack of PoW to create a closed system are really the key in linking biometric data to users  ...  Things like this are much harder to do with PoW & Bitcoin or Cryptonote.

Correct on the first point. Incorrect on the second one. It is trivial to capture Satoshi's design with regulation of 51% of the pools (weighted by hash rate of course). They can then refuse to include any block that doesn't include 666 KYC identification.

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September 04, 2015, 10:56:49 PM
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You need to truly step back from the conspiracy theories and get better acquainted with the supremely advantageous benefits for how an autonomous elastic monetary supply system would benefit mankind vs. any other type of commodity-based (gold, btc...etc) system.

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As for govts hijacking the system, that would be near impossible.  And where BTC is pseudonymous, eMunie is anonymous.

Basically, I'd hold judgement until the white-paper and Open Beta demo are available as you'll only wind up looking more foolish with your predictions of doom and gloom.

Peachy, could not have said it any better...
and if your really curious come on over and join the next beta tester release on the forum. Fuserleer has the links in his signature line.
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