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May 15, 2013, 01:38:18 AM
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May 15, 2013, 02:09:46 AM
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Go read all the previous threads, and go study up on Tahoe-LAFS and other distributed storage systems.

Just waving your hands around pretending "it must be solvable" does not make it solvable.

You seem like you have not even followed all the threads that already went over this again and again and again, its like every so long along comes another know-nothing newbie who imagines unicorn dust can solve any problem and starts the same crap all over again without ever researching all the previous threads that already went over the exact same crap again and again and again.

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May 15, 2013, 02:29:54 AM
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Go read all the previous threads, and go study up on Tahoe-LAFS and other distributed storage systems.

Just waving your hands around pretending "it must be solvable" does not make it solvable.

You seem like you have not even followed all the threads that already went over this again and again and again, its like every so long along comes another know-nothing newbie who imagines unicorn dust can solve any problem and starts the same crap all over again without ever researching all the previous threads that already went over the exact same crap again and again and again.

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If you say so, though as I said, I'm not very good with technical things yet: I've only taken CSI and I know my limits.
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May 15, 2013, 06:00:28 AM
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Not to hijack your thread, but...

What I would like to know is the viability of a pure OT like blockchain, without any addresses at all. If the ZeroCoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202664.0) is possible, then I can't see any fundamental problem with it. Every single coin (or fraction thereof) just hanging around in the blockchain, waiting fore some stranger to pick it up.
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