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BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY
and its most prominent application, the digital currency Bitcoin, were introduced in 2009 when cryptographer and computer scientist Satoshi Nakamoto published technical protocols that enable peer-to-peer transfer of digital assets. As the internet allows us to digitally transfer information, so the blockchain allows us to digitally transfer items of worth. Some have christened it “The Internet of Value.”.

At its most basic, the blockchain is a decentralized digital ledger. The protocols that govern it guarantee security, transparency, authenticity, and credibility. Trust is built into this “machine.”



HERE’S HOW IT WORKS

Encrypted transactions are initiated and accepted peer to peer. There is no financial middleman or bank that establishes trust between the parties. Instead, trust is established through the decentralized distributed ledger that is visible to anyone within the network.

When a transaction is initiated, this worldwide network of computers race to validate the transaction by solving complex algorithms. When the network reaches consensus that the digital ledger reflects that the transferring party actually has the asset to transfer, the transaction is validated and executed. And the digital ledger is updated, simultaneously, across the network. Anyone with the necessary computer power can participate in the verification process (aka become a network “node”).

The network is able to validate, timestamp and clear a transaction instantly because that activity happens immediately within the digital ledger itself, not between institutions. After the transaction is cleared, the network cryptographically links it to the prior transaction and publishes them in blocks. Each block is linked to the previous block and so an immutable chain is established. (Hence, the name blockchain technology.) No information in a block can be altered without changing all of the blocks prior to it, making it virtually impossible to hack.

The protocols of blockchain technology ensure immutable trust. Security is guaranteed through encrypted transactions that are pseudonymous and sealed into blocks. Transparency is ensured through the open, public decentralized ledger that anyone can view. Authenticity and credibility are established through a permanent, unalterable record of events.



DECENTRALIZED, DISTRIBUTED LEDGER

It’s counter-intuitive to think that a DECENTRALIZED, DISTRIBUTED LEDGER IS MORE SECURE THAN ONE TIGHTLY CONTROLLED BY ONE ENTITY IN ONE PLACE.

However, a centralized institution is actually more vulnerable to hacking because a perpetrator need only creep into one main system, as we have so alarmingly learned with the hacking of VISA, JPMorgan Chase, Target and others. A single point of control is also a single point of failure that can expose companies and their customers to disastrous security breaches.

Distributing the blockchain digital ledger across tens of thousands of participating nodes who are anonymous protects the data. It’s impossible to hack all of the nodes at one time. And if any one node is attacked, the intrusion can be detected by the rest of the nodes and the activity associated with the attack invalidated.

THE BLOCKCHAIN ECOSYSTEM

There are two basic types of blockchains: public and private. A public blockchain is just that: open to everyone and anyone who wants to transact and/or verify as part of the network. It is permissionless, meaning there are no barriers to participation. A private blockchain is one that is restricted within a company or limited to a group of cooperating companies. It is permissioned as one needs credentials to participate. There are many public and private blockchains acting simultaneously and independently of each other.



PRIVATE BLOCKCHAINS


Established financial institutions and large corporations are enamored of blockchain technology and its potential to help cut costs and increase efficiencies. They are, however, pursuing the development of private, or permissioned, blockchains as opposed to a globally open publicly distributed ledger.

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https://mymsdspace.com

BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY
and its most prominent application, the digital currency Bitcoin, were introduced in 2009 when cryptographer and computer scientist Satoshi Nakamoto published technical protocols that enable peer-to-peer transfer of digital assets. As the internet allows us to digitally transfer information, so the blockchain allows us to digitally transfer items of worth. Some have christened it “The Internet of Value.”.

At its most basic, the blockchain is a decentralized digital ledger. The protocols that govern it guarantee security, transparency, authenticity, and credibility. Trust is built into this “machine.”



HERE’S HOW IT WORKS

Encrypted transactions are initiated and accepted peer to peer. There is no financial middleman or bank that establishes trust between the parties. Instead, trust is established through the decentralized distributed ledger that is visible to anyone within the network.

When a transaction is initiated, this worldwide network of computers race to validate the transaction by solving complex algorithms. When the network reaches consensus that the digital ledger reflects that the transferring party actually has the asset to transfer, the transaction is validated and executed. And the digital ledger is updated, simultaneously, across the network. Anyone with the necessary computer power can participate in the verification process (aka become a network “node”).

The network is able to validate, timestamp and clear a transaction instantly because that activity happens immediately within the digital ledger itself, not between institutions. After the transaction is cleared, the network cryptographically links it to the prior transaction and publishes them in blocks. Each block is linked to the previous block and so an immutable chain is established. (Hence, the name blockchain technology.) No information in a block can be altered without changing all of the blocks prior to it, making it virtually impossible to hack.

The protocols of blockchain technology ensure immutable trust. Security is guaranteed through encrypted transactions that are pseudonymous and sealed into blocks. Transparency is ensured through the open, public decentralized ledger that anyone can view. Authenticity and credibility are established through a permanent, unalterable record of events.



DECENTRALIZED, DISTRIBUTED LEDGER

It’s counter-intuitive to think that a DECENTRALIZED, DISTRIBUTED LEDGER IS MORE SECURE THAN ONE TIGHTLY CONTROLLED BY ONE ENTITY IN ONE PLACE.

However, a centralized institution is actually more vulnerable to hacking because a perpetrator need only creep into one main system, as we have so alarmingly learned with the hacking of VISA, JPMorgan Chase, Target and others. A single point of control is also a single point of failure that can expose companies and their customers to disastrous security breaches.

Distributing the blockchain digital ledger across tens of thousands of participating nodes who are anonymous protects the data. It’s impossible to hack all of the nodes at one time. And if any one node is attacked, the intrusion can be detected by the rest of the nodes and the activity associated with the attack invalidated.

THE BLOCKCHAIN ECOSYSTEM

There are two basic types of blockchains: public and private. A public blockchain is just that: open to everyone and anyone who wants to transact and/or verify as part of the network. It is permissionless, meaning there are no barriers to participation. A private blockchain is one that is restricted within a company or limited to a group of cooperating companies. It is permissioned as one needs credentials to participate. There are many public and private blockchains acting simultaneously and independently of each other.



PRIVATE BLOCKCHAINS

Established financial institutions and large corporations are enamored of blockchain technology and its potential to help cut costs and increase efficiencies. They are, however, pursuing the development of private, or permissioned, blockchains as opposed to a globally open publicly distributed ledger.



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October 13, 2017, 09:36:33 PM
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Is this project going to be like, I sell or buy for others, but without the intermediary of an institution or person?
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October 13, 2017, 09:43:51 PM
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total number of coins?
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October 13, 2017, 09:51:30 PM
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It's a ponzi scheme. Stay far away from these crooks. YSLM was MLM company that was committing investor fraud. Multiple government taskforce went after CEO who was arrested in Thailand. He made bail and is on the run. YSLM renamed to Monspace appointed new CEO and continued the scam. Different name, same scam.

They charge something like $200 for membership in return you get 117 MSD coins meanwhile they have no source code, block explorer or any other way to verify coin supply. Some in the troll box have said 30 billion others 4 trillion.. we'll never know. To boot, they locked Monspace wallets so that they (Monspace/Tidex) can dump their coins on ill informed investors.

I covered this scam in this thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2240843.0

themerkle covered my thread in this article:
https://themerkle.com/why-is-tidex-allowing-users-to-trade-a-potential-ponzi-currency

Monspace is all smoke and mirrors.

BEWARE
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October 13, 2017, 10:12:10 PM
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I can get it Huh
What do you want to do? I know what is blockchain.

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It's a ponzi scheme. Stay far away from these crooks. YSLM was MLM company that was committing investor fraud. Multiple government taskforce went after CEO who was arrested in Thailand. He made bail and is on the run. YSLM renamed to Monspace appointed new CEO and continued the scam. Different name, same scam.

They charge something like $200 for membership in return you get 117 MSD coins meanwhile they have no source code, block explorer or any other way to verify coin supply. Some in the troll box have said 30 billion others 4 trillion.. we'll never know. To boot, they locked Monspace wallets so that they (Monspace/Tidex) can dump their coins on ill informed investors.

I covered this scam in this thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2240843.0

themerkle covered my thread in this article:
https://themerkle.com/why-is-tidex-allowing-users-to-trade-a-potential-ponzi-currency

Monspace is all smoke and mirrors.

BEWARE

Days prove that
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https://www.reddit.com/user/MsdCommunity/
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total number of coins?
300M Max Supply
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October 14, 2017, 01:04:36 AM
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Not many supply but not low enough, seems interesting
Will wait for more develop of this coin keep an eye here
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October 14, 2017, 02:54:51 AM
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Visit MSD on bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2078433.0
[ANN][ICO] 🔵 UTRUST 🔵 The future of online payments is here.

What do you mean by that?

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300k ?  Shocked Huh

please be real dude,  BE FAIR !!!!

Sorry, 300M only
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https://www.reddit.com/r/MsdCommunity/comments/76cd9w/we_are_contracted_with_the_most_important_merchant/?st=j8rez2uy&sh=40f0cbb0
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It's a ponzi scheme. Stay far away from these crooks. YSLM was MLM company that was committing investor fraud. Multiple government taskforce went after CEO who was arrested in Thailand. He made bail and is on the run. YSLM renamed to Monspace appointed new CEO and continued the scam. Different name, same scam.

They charge something like $200 for membership in return you get 117 MSD coins meanwhile they have no source code, block explorer or any other way to verify coin supply. Some in the troll box have said 30 billion others 4 trillion.. we'll never know. To boot, they locked Monspace wallets so that they (Monspace/Tidex) can dump their coins on ill informed investors.

I covered this scam in this thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2240843.0

themerkle covered my thread in this article:
https://themerkle.com/why-is-tidex-allowing-users-to-trade-a-potential-ponzi-currency

Monspace is all smoke and mirrors.

BEWARE

Days prove that


You fucking piece of shit scam artists need to GTFO off this forum. Take your ponzi and fuck off.

Former YSLM (Monspace) CEO arrested afterwards company renamed to Monspace:
"Game over for `Future richest man’ Zhang Jian"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3wp6TcXdNY


If you people don't listen to me you will end up like these victims here:

"Chinese nationals arrive to demand action against MonSpace"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PT7xjga_t0

"Chinese investors claim cheated by scam, confront Monspace founder"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIIEmTBbeaM

"Police to investigate MonSpace after reports lodged"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZM1i6K76Bg

"Govt building strong case against YSLM (Monspace)"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jz4b8fc6DH4
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When is the release of whitepaper?
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October 16, 2017, 10:34:20 PM
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is there a masternode or mining option?
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October 16, 2017, 10:41:52 PM
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Sorry, 300M only
the total supply is quite a lot, but I want to know more about this, and wait for more information about this project
I wait for your whitepaper
good luck

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is ponzi/scam so far as i look thru all the info they provided...
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October 22, 2017, 09:30:08 AM
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Might as well post the whitepaper ASAP

so you and TIDEX guys won't be in big trouble.

SEE HERE. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2240843.0

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