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September 15, 2017, 01:01:04 AM
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Hi, Guys.  Grin

After talking with a close friend who told me that Banks finance hackers as blockchain goes against their interests whe were wondering: Why not Create a blockchain that connects several other blockchains and serves to prevent malicious network attacks?

It could act as an aditional security barrier using a percentage of some of the biggest blockchains' power and with Artificial Intelligence and/or community voting to track, search, expose and audit hackers activities.

As it uses part of the processing the 'Cyberpolice' don't need dedicated miners, but it could have if they receive a small percentage of the value recovered.

That would be good, for the community and society as a whole, and to prevents new attacks, encourage developing this system and pay for people working for the good cause. If the hacker itself would like to use the policy for its advantage he would keep only a small percentage of the hack but as he showed to everybody the security breach he prefers not to jeopardize the blockchain and get its value as he prevented future atacks.

Its kind of a way to defend agains big sharks in the ocean, recruit hackers to the Force and build a stronger, impenetrable and infallible trustless technology.

Sorry if this is surreal or impractical, im trying to help



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September 15, 2017, 01:02:22 PM
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Hi, Guys.  Grin

After talking with a close friend who told me that Banks finance hackers as blockchain goes against their interests whe were wondering: Why not Create a blockchain that connects several other blockchains and serves to prevent malicious network attacks?

It could act as an aditional security barrier using a percentage of some of the biggest blockchains' power and with Artificial Intelligence and/or community voting to track, search, expose and audit hackers activities.

As it uses part of the processing the 'Cyberpolice' don't need dedicated miners, but it could have if they receive a small percentage of the value recovered.

That would be good, for the community and society as a whole, and to prevents new attacks, encourage developing this system and pay for people working for the good cause. If the hacker itself would like to use the policy for its advantage he would keep only a small percentage of the hack but as he showed to everybody the security breach he prefers not to jeopardize the blockchain and get its value as he prevented future atacks.

Its kind of a way to defend agains big sharks in the ocean, recruit hackers to the Force and build a stronger, impenetrable and infallible trustless technology.

Sorry if this is surreal or impractical, im trying to help

The blockchain itself is already "unhackable" and all the copies of the blockchain are already connected and all copies are already being "checked" against each other.

As far as I know there is no known attack vector on the blockchain itself.

When people say that the "blockchain is under attack" it always means that other things, things around the blockchain, are being attacked.

The blockchain itself has never been hacked.

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