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December 13, 2018, 02:02:24 PM
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The KORE Team is happy to announce the fork code and new wallet are in testing.
We Appreciate your continued patience while our coder team and some trusted community conduct this testing.
Once the code passes testing, the full Community testnet starts and we encourage all to participate to ensure a smooth successful fork.


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Awesome news!
Can't wait to check out the new wallet!
Are you still using QT or is there some new technology like web wallets and such?

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December 13, 2018, 05:47:01 PM
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Hey guys how is everyone doing?.

Coming here to share a cool new video of Silvana Lima from the Kore surfing team.

http://i66.tinypic.com/2s81do3.jpg

Link: https://www.instagram.com/p/BrOZU0Gn8-W/

I also would like to take the opportunity to share with the community the Kore addresses for donations:

Here is Karol Ribeiro Kore address: KVjEMTLMFsQ6822EktXdyPp2WVKJM7ihCY

Here is Silvana Lima Foundation Kore address:  K8iDByF6VtbavgWxsotqtWhE71JJ5a13P8

All the proceeds goes straight to them.

Thanks and have a great week everyone.

Go Kore, Go BTC.

Wow, this is really awesome !
This way we can donate direct to Silvana´s Foundation
and we can help her doing this awesome work with the poor comunity !!!

Silvana Lima Foundation Kore address:  K8iDByF6VtbavgWxsotqtWhE71JJ5a13P8
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December 13, 2018, 07:24:15 PM
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The KORE Team is happy to announce the fork code and new wallet are in testing.
We Appreciate your continued patience while our coder team and some trusted community conduct this testing.
Once the code passes testing, the full Community testnet starts and we encourage all to participate to ensure a smooth successful fork.


MikeMike

Good news! I look forward to seeing the launch of the project fork and the new wallet.

Go Kore, go BTC.
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December 14, 2018, 09:26:39 AM
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Hey guys how is everyone doing?.

Coming here to share a cool new video of Silvana Lima from the Kore surfing team.



Link: https://www.instagram.com/p/BrOZU0Gn8-W/

I also would like to take the opportunity to share with the community the Kore addresses for donations:

Here is Karol Ribeiro Kore address: KVjEMTLMFsQ6822EktXdyPp2WVKJM7ihCY

Here is Silvana Lima Foundation Kore address:  K8iDByF6VtbavgWxsotqtWhE71JJ5a13P8

All the proceeds goes straight to them.

Thanks and have a great week everyone.

Go Kore, Go BTC.

Wow, this is really awesome !
This way we can donate direct to Silvana´s Foundation
and we can help her doing this awesome work with the poor comunity !!!

Silvana Lima Foundation Kore address:  K8iDByF6VtbavgWxsotqtWhE71JJ5a13P8


Silvana has used all the donations to date to buy new equipment,
take care of these kids in her ways and teaching them a sport, to Surf rather than be kids on the street.
Here are a few pics from a gathering at her Foundation.
If you have a bag full O'KORE please consider doing some good with a little of that.









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December 14, 2018, 06:28:10 PM
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Hey guys how is everyone doing?.

Coming here to share a cool new video of Silvana Lima from the Kore surfing team.



Link: https://www.instagram.com/p/BrOZU0Gn8-W/

I also would like to take the opportunity to share with the community the Kore addresses for donations:

Here is Karol Ribeiro Kore address: KVjEMTLMFsQ6822EktXdyPp2WVKJM7ihCY

Here is Silvana Lima Foundation Kore address:  K8iDByF6VtbavgWxsotqtWhE71JJ5a13P8

All the proceeds goes straight to them.

Thanks and have a great week everyone.

Go Kore, Go BTC.

Wow, this is really awesome !
This way we can donate direct to Silvana´s Foundation
and we can help her doing this awesome work with the poor comunity !!!

Silvana Lima Foundation Kore address:  K8iDByF6VtbavgWxsotqtWhE71JJ5a13P8


Silvana has used all the donations to date to buy new equipment,
take care of these kids in her ways and teaching them a sport, to Surf rather than be kids on the street.
Here are a few pics from a gathering at her Foundation.
If you have a bag full O'KORE please consider doing some good with a little of that.







See this make me happier, there still good people around the world.
Also, I'm glad that kore is supporting such good people.
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December 16, 2018, 12:13:54 AM
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The KORE Team is happy to announce the fork code and new wallet are in testing.
We Appreciate your continued patience while our coder team and some trusted community conduct this testing.
Once the code passes testing, the full Community testnet starts and we encourage all to participate to ensure a smooth successful fork.


MikeMike

Good news! I look forward to seeing the launch of the project fork and the new wallet.

Go Kore, go BTC.


We are making progress daily and working OT every week.

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December 16, 2018, 03:29:43 PM
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The KORE Team is happy to announce the fork code and new wallet are in testing.
We Appreciate your continued patience while our coder team and some trusted community conduct this testing.
Once the code passes testing, the full Community testnet starts and we encourage all to participate to ensure a smooth successful fork.


MikeMike

Good news! I look forward to seeing the launch of the project fork and the new wallet.

Go Kore, go BTC.

Thanks a lot for the support the team is working hard on a lot of cool things for the projects.

Wanna wish a great weekend to the community.

Go Kore, Go BTC


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December 17, 2018, 12:16:45 PM
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Hey guys how is everyone doing?.

Coming here to share a cool new video of Silvana Lima from the Kore surfing team.

http://i66.tinypic.com/2s81do3.jpg

Link: https://www.instagram.com/p/BrOZU0Gn8-W/

I also would like to take the opportunity to share with the community the Kore addresses for donations:

Here is Karol Ribeiro Kore address: KVjEMTLMFsQ6822EktXdyPp2WVKJM7ihCY

Here is Silvana Lima Foundation Kore address:  K8iDByF6VtbavgWxsotqtWhE71JJ5a13P8

All the proceeds goes straight to them.

Thanks and have a great week everyone.

Go Kore, Go BTC.

Wow, this is really awesome !
This way we can donate direct to Silvana´s Foundation
and we can help her doing this awesome work with the poor comunity !!!

Silvana Lima Foundation Kore address:  K8iDByF6VtbavgWxsotqtWhE71JJ5a13P8


Silvana has used all the donations to date to buy new equipment,
take care of these kids in her ways and teaching them a sport, to Surf rather than be kids on the street.
Here are a few pics from a gathering at her Foundation.
If you have a bag full O'KORE please consider doing some good with a little of that.


http://oi67.tinypic.com/28c3kmu.jpg

http://oi64.tinypic.com/90ycet.jpghttp://oi67.tinypic.com/w6rqcm.jpg



See this make me happier, there still good people around the world.
Also, I'm glad that kore is supporting such good people.

This is a really cool project, simple actions like this one can change the world !
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December 17, 2018, 01:00:43 PM
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We are witnessing the world war, a silent on.

Countries are focusing their efforts in data base to retrieve what they want to know about people and government.

https://globalnews.ca/news/4758977/marriott-hack-china-trade/

This case is one of few we can see, I imagine that is a lot going on without our knowledge.
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December 17, 2018, 04:47:17 PM
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We are witnessing the world war, a silent on.

Countries are focusing their efforts in data base to retrieve what they want to know about people and government.

https://globalnews.ca/news/4758977/marriott-hack-china-trade/

This case is one of few we can see, I imagine that is a lot going on without our knowledge.

We're always being watched by someone.
We must rely on communication means that almost always are not safe.
That's why I believe Kore is the solution to that. Let's take our privacy serious and fight for it!

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December 17, 2018, 06:10:31 PM
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We are witnessing the world war, a silent on.

Countries are focusing their efforts in data base to retrieve what they want to know about people and government.

https://globalnews.ca/news/4758977/marriott-hack-china-trade/

This case is one of few we can see, I imagine that is a lot going on without our knowledge.

We're always being watched by someone.
We must rely on communication means that almost always are not safe.
That's why I believe Kore is the solution to that. Let's take our privacy serious and fight for it!

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Certainly governments are always snooping on people's assets and financial transactions.

And there are also some big tech companies that collect our information and use it for business purposes.

Come to think of it, that's all we know, there may still be many others out there.
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December 18, 2018, 06:40:50 PM
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Hey guys how is everyone doing?,

Coming here to share a couple cool articles about a new type of malware that was getting intructions from Memes on Twitter, yes you read it right Memes.

Here is a little summary of the findings.

The malware itself is relatively underwhelming: like most primitive remote access trojans (RATs), the malware quietly infects a vulnerable computer, takes screenshots and pulls other data from the affected system and sends it back to the malware’s command and control server.

What’s interesting is how the malware uses Twitter as an unwilling conduit in communicating with its malicious mothership.

Trend Micro said in a blog post that the malware listens for commands from a Twitter account run by the malware operator. The researchers found two tweets that used steganography to hide “/print” commands in the meme images, which told the malware to take a screenshot of an infected computer. The malware then separately obtains the address where its command and control server is located from a Pastebin post, which directs the malware where to send the screenshots

The malware appears to have first appeared in mid-October, according to a hash analysis by VirusTotal, around the time that the Pastebin post was first created.

But the researchers admit they don’t have all the answers, and more work needs to be done to fully understand the malware. It’s not clear where the malware came from, how it infects its victims or who’s behind it. It’s also not clear exactly what the malware is for — or its intended use in the future. The researchers also don’t know why the Pastebin post points to a local, non-internet address, suggesting it may be a proof-of-concept for future attacks.

Although Twitter didn’t host any malicious content, nor could the tweets result in a malware infection, it’s an interesting (although not unique) way of using the social media site as a clever way of communicating with malware.

The logic goes that in using Twitter, the malware would connect to “twitter.com,” which is far less likely to be flagged or blocked by anti-malware software than a dodgy-looking server.

For more information you can read articles on the links below:

https://blog.trendmicro.com/trendlabs-security-intelligence/cybercriminals-use-malicious-memes-that-communicate-with-malware/

https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/17/malware-commands-code-twitter-hidden-memes/

Have a great week.

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December 18, 2018, 07:38:59 PM
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In today's life if we care to much about privacy we should buy a island to live remotely from outside world.

Damm it.

Wish new techs come around to give us back the privacy and liberty any person deserves.

Go Kore! Bring it to us.
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December 18, 2018, 08:05:19 PM
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Hey guys how is everyone doing?,

Coming here to share a couple cool articles about a new type of malware that was getting intructions from Memes on Twitter, yes you read it right Memes.

Here is a little summary of the findings.

The malware itself is relatively underwhelming: like most primitive remote access trojans (RATs), the malware quietly infects a vulnerable computer, takes screenshots and pulls other data from the affected system and sends it back to the malware’s command and control server.

What’s interesting is how the malware uses Twitter as an unwilling conduit in communicating with its malicious mothership.

Trend Micro said in a blog post that the malware listens for commands from a Twitter account run by the malware operator. The researchers found two tweets that used steganography to hide “/print” commands in the meme images, which told the malware to take a screenshot of an infected computer. The malware then separately obtains the address where its command and control server is located from a Pastebin post, which directs the malware where to send the screenshots

The malware appears to have first appeared in mid-October, according to a hash analysis by VirusTotal, around the time that the Pastebin post was first created.

But the researchers admit they don’t have all the answers, and more work needs to be done to fully understand the malware. It’s not clear where the malware came from, how it infects its victims or who’s behind it. It’s also not clear exactly what the malware is for — or its intended use in the future. The researchers also don’t know why the Pastebin post points to a local, non-internet address, suggesting it may be a proof-of-concept for future attacks.

Although Twitter didn’t host any malicious content, nor could the tweets result in a malware infection, it’s an interesting (although not unique) way of using the social media site as a clever way of communicating with malware.

The logic goes that in using Twitter, the malware would connect to “twitter.com,” which is far less likely to be flagged or blocked by anti-malware software than a dodgy-looking server.

For more information you can read articles on the links below:

https://blog.trendmicro.com/trendlabs-security-intelligence/cybercriminals-use-malicious-memes-that-communicate-with-malware/

https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/17/malware-commands-code-twitter-hidden-memes/

Have a great week.

Cheers

Hey guys,

This subject is very interesting.

It's hard to imagine that they managed to use Twitter Memes to attack users.

Security and privacy have to be taken very seriously.
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December 18, 2018, 09:58:20 PM
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Hey guys how is everyone doing?,

Coming here to share a couple cool articles about a new type of malware that was getting intructions from Memes on Twitter, yes you read it right Memes.

Here is a little summary of the findings.

The malware itself is relatively underwhelming: like most primitive remote access trojans (RATs), the malware quietly infects a vulnerable computer, takes screenshots and pulls other data from the affected system and sends it back to the malware’s command and control server.

What’s interesting is how the malware uses Twitter as an unwilling conduit in communicating with its malicious mothership.

Trend Micro said in a blog post that the malware listens for commands from a Twitter account run by the malware operator. The researchers found two tweets that used steganography to hide “/print” commands in the meme images, which told the malware to take a screenshot of an infected computer. The malware then separately obtains the address where its command and control server is located from a Pastebin post, which directs the malware where to send the screenshots

The malware appears to have first appeared in mid-October, according to a hash analysis by VirusTotal, around the time that the Pastebin post was first created.

But the researchers admit they don’t have all the answers, and more work needs to be done to fully understand the malware. It’s not clear where the malware came from, how it infects its victims or who’s behind it. It’s also not clear exactly what the malware is for — or its intended use in the future. The researchers also don’t know why the Pastebin post points to a local, non-internet address, suggesting it may be a proof-of-concept for future attacks.

Although Twitter didn’t host any malicious content, nor could the tweets result in a malware infection, it’s an interesting (although not unique) way of using the social media site as a clever way of communicating with malware.

The logic goes that in using Twitter, the malware would connect to “twitter.com,” which is far less likely to be flagged or blocked by anti-malware software than a dodgy-looking server.

For more information you can read articles on the links below:

https://blog.trendmicro.com/trendlabs-security-intelligence/cybercriminals-use-malicious-memes-that-communicate-with-malware/

https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/17/malware-commands-code-twitter-hidden-memes/

Have a great week.

Cheers

Hey guys,

This subject is very interesting.

It's hard to imagine that they managed to use Twitter Memes to attack users.

Security and privacy have to be taken very seriously.

I didn't get if the user gets infected via an image on Twitter, which would be a hard thing to do unless you have also infected a, say, Chrome extension to read the steganography message from the image and infect the user.
I can understand how the virus can read commands from twitter images via steganography (and it's very clever), but infecting a user using it in the first place would be very frightening.

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December 19, 2018, 11:09:52 AM
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Hey guys how is everyone doing?,

Coming here to share a couple cool articles about a new type of malware that was getting intructions from Memes on Twitter, yes you read it right Memes.

Here is a little summary of the findings.

The malware itself is relatively underwhelming: like most primitive remote access trojans (RATs), the malware quietly infects a vulnerable computer, takes screenshots and pulls other data from the affected system and sends it back to the malware’s command and control server.

What’s interesting is how the malware uses Twitter as an unwilling conduit in communicating with its malicious mothership.

Trend Micro said in a blog post that the malware listens for commands from a Twitter account run by the malware operator. The researchers found two tweets that used steganography to hide “/print” commands in the meme images, which told the malware to take a screenshot of an infected computer. The malware then separately obtains the address where its command and control server is located from a Pastebin post, which directs the malware where to send the screenshots

The malware appears to have first appeared in mid-October, according to a hash analysis by VirusTotal, around the time that the Pastebin post was first created.

But the researchers admit they don’t have all the answers, and more work needs to be done to fully understand the malware. It’s not clear where the malware came from, how it infects its victims or who’s behind it. It’s also not clear exactly what the malware is for — or its intended use in the future. The researchers also don’t know why the Pastebin post points to a local, non-internet address, suggesting it may be a proof-of-concept for future attacks.

Although Twitter didn’t host any malicious content, nor could the tweets result in a malware infection, it’s an interesting (although not unique) way of using the social media site as a clever way of communicating with malware.

The logic goes that in using Twitter, the malware would connect to “twitter.com,” which is far less likely to be flagged or blocked by anti-malware software than a dodgy-looking server.

For more information you can read articles on the links below:

https://blog.trendmicro.com/trendlabs-security-intelligence/cybercriminals-use-malicious-memes-that-communicate-with-malware/

https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/17/malware-commands-code-twitter-hidden-memes/

Have a great week.

Cheers

  Very interesting, thanks for posting it!
  Kore needs to give us back Freedom!
  that´s why I love this project.
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December 19, 2018, 06:57:21 PM
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Hey guys how is everyone doing?,

Coming here to share a couple cool articles about a new type of malware that was getting intructions from Memes on Twitter, yes you read it right Memes.

Here is a little summary of the findings.

The malware itself is relatively underwhelming: like most primitive remote access trojans (RATs), the malware quietly infects a vulnerable computer, takes screenshots and pulls other data from the affected system and sends it back to the malware’s command and control server.

What’s interesting is how the malware uses Twitter as an unwilling conduit in communicating with its malicious mothership.

Trend Micro said in a blog post that the malware listens for commands from a Twitter account run by the malware operator. The researchers found two tweets that used steganography to hide “/print” commands in the meme images, which told the malware to take a screenshot of an infected computer. The malware then separately obtains the address where its command and control server is located from a Pastebin post, which directs the malware where to send the screenshots

The malware appears to have first appeared in mid-October, according to a hash analysis by VirusTotal, around the time that the Pastebin post was first created.

But the researchers admit they don’t have all the answers, and more work needs to be done to fully understand the malware. It’s not clear where the malware came from, how it infects its victims or who’s behind it. It’s also not clear exactly what the malware is for — or its intended use in the future. The researchers also don’t know why the Pastebin post points to a local, non-internet address, suggesting it may be a proof-of-concept for future attacks.

Although Twitter didn’t host any malicious content, nor could the tweets result in a malware infection, it’s an interesting (although not unique) way of using the social media site as a clever way of communicating with malware.

The logic goes that in using Twitter, the malware would connect to “twitter.com,” which is far less likely to be flagged or blocked by anti-malware software than a dodgy-looking server.

For more information you can read articles on the links below:

https://blog.trendmicro.com/trendlabs-security-intelligence/cybercriminals-use-malicious-memes-that-communicate-with-malware/

https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/17/malware-commands-code-twitter-hidden-memes/

Have a great week.

Cheers

Hey guys,

This subject is very interesting.

It's hard to imagine that they managed to use Twitter Memes to attack users.

Security and privacy have to be taken very seriously.

I didn't get if the user gets infected via an image on Twitter, which would be a hard thing to do unless you have also infected a, say, Chrome extension to read the steganography message from the image and infect the user.
I can understand how the virus can read commands from twitter images via steganography (and it's very clever), but infecting a user using it in the first place would be very frightening.

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This particular virus was not on the memes itself the hacker was using the memes to send commands to the virus to the people with their computers already infected, commands like for taking screenshots of your screen and getting what you type on the keyboard and send it to them.

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December 19, 2018, 10:01:46 PM
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In today's life if we care to much about privacy we should buy a island to live remotely from outside world.

Damm it.

Wish new techs come around to give us back the privacy and liberty any person deserves.

Go Kore! Bring it to us.


We have been conditioned to accept the trading of convenience and even our Rights for Privacy.
Thankfully there are ones and also Bitcoin is making us aware we need to accept some inconveniences
to gain back our Rights and our Privacy and more and more people are realizing this and making changes.
The millions leaving Farcebook, Twister and Govgle. These behemoths are making the gesture
that they are concerned about your privacy and making changes but in reality their business model
depends on them continuing to steal your data/or have it stolen or sell it to corporations and
the Governmental agencies in one way or another and much of this is indirectly through overpaid contracts for other services.
The scary thing is they would love to all follow the Chinese model of forcing you to use their services and platforms.
KORE Projects aims to meet some of these pain points and we will.


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December 20, 2018, 11:48:11 AM
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In today's life if we care to much about privacy we should buy a island to live remotely from outside world.

Damm it.

Wish new techs come around to give us back the privacy and liberty any person deserves.

Go Kore! Bring it to us.


We have been conditioned to accept the trading of convenience and even our Rights for Privacy.
Thankfully there are ones and also Bitcoin is making us aware we need to accept some inconveniences
to gain back our Rights and our Privacy and more and more people are realizing this and making changes.
The millions leaving Farcebook, Twister and Govgle. These behemoths are making the gesture
that they are concerned about your privacy and making changes but in reality their business model
depends on them continuing to steal your data/or have it stolen or sell it to corporations and
the Governmental agencies in one way or another and much of this is indirectly through overpaid contracts for other services.
The scary thing is they would love to all follow the Chinese model of forcing you to use their services and platforms.
KORE Projects aims to meet some of these pain points and we will.


MikeMike

The problem is a lack of alternatives, most people don't care to lose privacy in order to have good tools as Facebook, Google, Twitter, Amazon, etc. They didn't have access to information since the internet mania, people will not have access to money until Bitcoin mainstream. These two tools allow a massive transformation in society, now we are concerned about privacy and anonymity but it will only succeed if we delivery alternatives, that is where I believe projects like Kore can bring some good tools.

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December 20, 2018, 02:11:32 PM
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In today's life if we care to much about privacy we should buy a island to live remotely from outside world.

Damm it.

Wish new techs come around to give us back the privacy and liberty any person deserves.

Go Kore! Bring it to us.


We have been conditioned to accept the trading of convenience and even our Rights for Privacy.
Thankfully there are ones and also Bitcoin is making us aware we need to accept some inconveniences
to gain back our Rights and our Privacy and more and more people are realizing this and making changes.
The millions leaving Farcebook, Twister and Govgle. These behemoths are making the gesture
that they are concerned about your privacy and making changes but in reality their business model
depends on them continuing to steal your data/or have it stolen or sell it to corporations and
the Governmental agencies in one way or another and much of this is indirectly through overpaid contracts for other services.
The scary thing is they would love to all follow the Chinese model of forcing you to use their services and platforms.
KORE Projects aims to meet some of these pain points and we will.


MikeMike

The problem is a lack of alternatives, most people don't care to lose privacy in order to have good tools as Facebook, Google, Twitter, Amazon, etc. They didn't have access to information since the internet mania, people will not have access to money until Bitcoin mainstream. These two tools allow a massive transformation in society, now we are concerned about privacy and anonymity but it will only succeed if we delivery alternatives, that is where I believe projects like Kore can bring some good tools.



That's the point.
We need alternatives to Fakebook, Govgle (loved this one @MikeMike) and so on.

I truly believe that it's up to good devs that care about privacy to deliver the next set of tools that people will use tomorrow. I'm betting Kore Devs are the ones that will bring us this in a near future.

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