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November 24, 2010, 10:15:31 AM
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     What if you could vote for an idea by sending a bitcoin to it? This means if someone submits an idea and everyone thinks it is great they are compensated with a percentage share of the bounty and someone can then claim the rest if they implement it. Any future profits from that idea would be shared by the originator and because it has prior art someone cant claim the idea as their own.

     This puts the originator at the pointy end and the more people like it and share the idea the more they get compensated and the bigger the pie gets. You could also have a referral affiliate system where you get a cut of any votes your friends send in to the idea on a reducing scale. The originator also gets a cut and the rest goes to the bounty. This incentivises people to share your idea around and increase the potential that someone will claim it. A viral idea could be crowdfunded entirely from the contributions of people who like it. There might even be a revenue sharing potential for everyone if the idea is implemented and makes a profit. Essentially if you believe in someones idea you will be rewarded for it and so will they. This uses the power of the pyramid scheme for good rather than evil - the earlier you liked an idea the better the result will be for you Cheesy

     This is similar to bitcoin isnt it? The early adopters are essentially voting for the idea of bitcoin in the hope their vote of confidence will be worth a lot more in future. The more people you tell bitcoin about who also vote (by installing a client or buying/earning coins) makes your bitcoins worth more. This in return will  make Satoshi a bazillionaire in future as he is the one who came up with the idea. Could you build an idearamid system in which each idea has its own block chain?Huh

    I was playing around with this http://www.allourideas.org/bitcoinsuggestions which lets you submit ideas and vote on the ones you prefer. But letting anyone vote with no cost means they dont really care about the result and are just as likely to game it.


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November 24, 2010, 11:04:50 AM
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This sounds promising.

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November 24, 2010, 11:24:25 AM
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This sounds promising.

Would the idea = the genesis block?  You would have "proof of ideas" or attribution.






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November 24, 2010, 08:43:25 PM
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On a second thought, people will steal ideas from other people and try to be the first whos posting them.
This way hey will make profit from other peoples ideas.

I pretty much like the idea, but I see a high abusal risk there.

But yes, your idea to make the "idearamid scheme" could be the first idea in the system.

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November 24, 2010, 08:47:02 PM
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Ideas are worthless until they're executed.

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November 24, 2010, 10:14:13 PM
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Tell that your local patent office...

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http://meta.witcoin.com/p/685/What-is-the-primary-goal-of-witcoin
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March 29, 2011, 02:02:16 PM
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Smart people would have more money and success than normal people???

That would be unfair!


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Smart people would have more money and success than normal people???

That would be unfair!

Maybe being smart is the norm?  Therefore smart people would have exactly same amount as normal people.  Abnormal (or nonsmart people) would have a different amount of money.

e.g. similar concept applied in extreme example

person A does things, and accomplishes things; e.g. they eat food and are no longer hungry
person B does absolutely nothing and doesn't even move or eat; they eventually die

is it unfair that person A is still alive and person B died?  If so, then.... hmm, what is the cheat code for unlimited health?
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