I am just here to expand my mind, corrupt it a little, and then sell it to the highest bitcoin bidder...
Starting offer is 0.00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Seriously though, I am just poking around, trying to filter out all the BS information and hypothetical junk, from the actual legitimate information and factual stuff. There is a wide range of misinformation and real good information, all wrapped-up in this place. It's just like a WiKi! lol.
I still find it interesting that this whole setup even functions. Seems to depend a great deal on trust, where trustworthiness just isn't abundant. Yet, it thrives... Governments should really take interest in, and support this more. If only just so they can actually learn from it. No, wait, that is the last thing we want them doing... Learning from criminals... Wait, that is how they learned everything they know now!
JK, I know everyone on here isn't a criminal... Or are they!
So, anyone here, besides me, wish they had some kind of "receipt" system, for those of us who actually might use it? (Even if it was only to add notes to the recipient, or attach "this payment is for _______ item.") Simply returning back with a, "Transaction delivered safely". For those of us who, also, would honor a "refund" or have "accidentally" gotten a wrong transaction, due to a type-o, or bad-scan, or theft.
That, and some form of, "confirmed recipient"... again, for those wishing to "limit" participation to only those individuals, for certain transactions. (Eg, one who might be able to potentially be held accountable for losses, through appropriate channels.) Also, to help reduce losses, which helps stabilize value... (By simply creating a "only confirmed recipients", delivery accounts. Thus, unconfirmed "anonymous hackers", couldn't extract money out of "those accounts"... Well, unless they somehow compromised a confirmed recipient, which would still be potentially traceable.)