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October 26, 2017, 07:31:11 PM
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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

You are misrepresenting the problem.

Poverty is a symptom that belongs with the things in your first paragraph, not the cause of those things.

What the cause might be is a philosophical question. Buddhists say the cause is a lack of awareness, desire, and different Buddhist schools have different paths. Christians say the cause is that not enough people have a boner for their Messiah, and their solution usually involves sending 💰 money to some pissed off preacher. Muslims don't care what the problem is but they think killing people will solve it.

Anyway, a basic tenet of common Sense economics is that a currency has to be associated with a commodity or something of value.

Cryptocurrency monetizes computing power, so useful algorhythms coins like gridcoin, primecoin etc are integrating a commodity, scientific advances, into the currency. But coins like Bitcoin and moroncoins that are simply airdropped on poor people are basically Fiat without gangster support, so they redistribute wealth only, not create it.
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October 27, 2017, 12:05:29 AM
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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

You are misrepresenting the problem.

Poverty is a symptom that belongs with the things in your first paragraph, not the cause of those things.

What the cause might be is a philosophical question. Buddhists say the cause is a lack of awareness, desire, and different Buddhist schools have different paths. Christians say the cause is that not enough people have a boner for their Messiah, and their solution usually involves sending 💰 money to some pissed off preacher. Muslims don't care what the problem is but they think killing people will solve it.

Anyway, a basic tenet of common Sense economics is that a currency has to be associated with a commodity or something of value.

Cryptocurrency monetizes computing power, so useful algorhythms coins like gridcoin, primecoin etc are integrating a commodity, scientific advances, into the currency. But coins like Bitcoin and moroncoins that are simply airdropped on poor people are basically Fiat without gangster support, so they redistribute wealth only, not create it.

Let's take a closer look at SXAS, then:

Scarce: The supply of SXAS is tightly controlled and highly predictable. The issuance of new SXAS can only be triggered by market demand.

Fungibile: All SXAS are considered equal.

Divisible: SXAS is currently divisible up to 6 decimal places. At an exchange rate of $100 this is a divisibility down to $0.0001.

Durabile: SXAS is completely digital, so it will not degrade with use. Moreover, WAVES Wallets wallets can be easily created and assets moved to prevent file corruption.

Transferable: SXAS can be transferred, securely, affordably and almost instantly to anyone with an internet connection.

Portable: SXAS scales exceptionally well for larger quantities since it is completely digital. Anything from $0.01 to $1B can fit on a flash drive.


Difficult to Counterfeit: It is cryptographically impossible to counterfeit a SXAS.

Widespread Use
: SXAS has been engineered to be used by anyone to quickly, easily, affordably and securely pay for anything they need anywhere across the globe.

Verifiable Authenticity: Specialized software can identify SXAS units on the WAVES blockchain.

Nonconsumable: Oil, for instance, cannot function as currency because because it is a consumable commodity. SXAS, on the other hand, is not.

So, what is SXAS?

SXAS is 21st century currency for the world of today and the one to come.


When communities start using it to build their own economies from the ground up, they'll finally have the means to obtain all of the goods/services they need to elevate their standard of living and dramatically improve their quality of life.

With their basic standard of living met and the conditions for starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism finally eliminated, we have a better world for all. Makes sense?

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October 27, 2017, 12:19:38 AM
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At the moment, we are the ones who know how to use bitcoin to invest, not many people in the world know about bitcoin, and only the rich and smart are brave enough to invest in bitcoin, so the rich will now be richer, so that our society is increasingly fragmented by rich and poor.

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October 27, 2017, 12:35:22 AM
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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

But do you think they would have smart devices if they're poor?
I don't think so.But,if somebody is in need and needs financial help,you can just help him in minutes by sending bitcoin to his wallet.
That's what I like most about these cryptocurrencies.
No intermediaries,no fees and other bullshit.I actually see this as a valid idea for ICO one day.
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October 27, 2017, 12:40:44 AM
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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

You are misrepresenting the problem.

Poverty is a symptom that belongs with the things in your first paragraph, not the cause of those things.

What the cause might be is a philosophical question. Buddhists say the cause is a lack of awareness, desire, and different Buddhist schools have different paths. Christians say the cause is that not enough people have a boner for their Messiah, and their solution usually involves sending 💰 money to some pissed off preacher. Muslims don't care what the problem is but they think killing people will solve it.

Anyway, a basic tenet of common Sense economics is that a currency has to be associated with a commodity or something of value.

Cryptocurrency monetizes computing power, so useful algorhythms coins like gridcoin, primecoin etc are integrating a commodity, scientific advances, into the currency. But coins like Bitcoin and moroncoins that are simply airdropped on poor people are basically Fiat without gangster support, so they redistribute wealth only, not create it.

Let's take a closer look at SXAS, then:

Scarce: The supply of SXAS is tightly controlled and highly predictable. The issuance of new SXAS can only be triggered by market demand.

Fungibile: All SXAS are considered equal.

Divisible: SXAS is currently divisible up to 6 decimal places. At an exchange rate of $100 this is a divisibility down to $0.0001.

Durabile: SXAS is completely digital, so it will not degrade with use. Moreover, WAVES Wallets wallets can be easily created and assets moved to prevent file corruption.

Transferable: SXAS can be transferred, securely, affordably and almost instantly to anyone with an internet connection.

Portable: SXAS scales exceptionally well for larger quantities since it is completely digital. Anything from $0.01 to $1B can fit on a flash drive.


Difficult to Counterfeit: It is cryptographically impossible to counterfeit a SXAS.

Widespread Use
: SXAS has been engineered to be used by anyone to quickly, easily, affordably and securely pay for anything they need anywhere across the globe.

Verifiable Authenticity: Specialized software can identify SXAS units on the WAVES blockchain.

Nonconsumable: Oil, for instance, cannot function as currency because because it is a consumable commodity. SXAS, on the other hand, is not.

So, what is SXAS?

SXAS is 21st century currency for the world of today and the one to come.


When communities start using it to build their own economies from the ground up, they'll finally have the means to obtain all of the goods/services they need to elevate their standard of living and dramatically improve their quality of life.

With their basic standard of living met and the conditions for starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism finally eliminated, we have a better world for all. Makes sense?
No one mention any crypto that's on the market it has to be a new crypto from scratch
no one can have more or less no one can buy more or less Wink..

Everyone will get the same..Oh but you have to work for it SORT OF Grin..

I dig clay with my own hands and made a pot i created something from nothing now you like it and want it so before money come along what did you do and then
WHY DID MONEY COME INTO PLAY Wink..

To create something out of nothing and sell it to each other..
That's the question i will answer very soon but will take me 2 hours to write to make sure people understand how it works..

Also as a planet we can have statistics on where is not doing good plus how many humans are growing and not growing in certain places on the planet..

The whole idea is that if a country is doing good or not to bad we will have less mass immigration
because if most countries are living they wont move everywhere just to feed themselves ..

And imagine if they are on the same universal income as you then someone from africa will pay just the same for a can of coke as someone from the west..

Labour then competition will be fair because how low will they work for just like a westerner
so when goods get made it will be about who will work for cheaper for a profit..

Imagine you get £150 universal income and so do Africa will you bake a loaf of bread just as cheap as he will or will you both want the same?..

I mean what will he work for just the same as what will you work for if your both on
£150 UNIVERSAL INCOME..  

Will he think i am not doing it for that just the same as you will ..
So then it will be who will work for cheaper without the exploitation of other poor nations for cheap
labour ..

That is what i call a fair planet Grin..

But i will tell you soon how we can do it..A form of work and sale Grin..
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October 27, 2017, 01:01:41 AM
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And if your thinking i am already rich then you still will be Wink..

It's just another form of payment that everyone will get so if you have 1 million dollars then you still got 1 million dollars BUT every week you will get £150 extra worth in a new crypto that anyone can use in any place and any shop on this planet Grin..

Plus you have got your dollars you have in the bank or what ever other things you have for money..

Everyone will get a starting point to live so if your rich you be even richer..
Now many people have been rich and lost it all  Cry 
well not with a universal income because you will always be entitled to your UNIVERSAL INCOME
a starting point to live again ..

And if you so rich give it to a charity but you will be entitled to it all humans will Grin..

And i mean EVERYONE Grin.

If you do the work you will get it..
And yes everyone can do it even if your in the desert on your own just a smart phone needed ..
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October 27, 2017, 01:03:42 AM
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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

But do you think they would have smart devices if they're poor?

Yes!

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October 27, 2017, 01:07:08 AM
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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

You are misrepresenting the problem.

Poverty is a symptom that belongs with the things in your first paragraph, not the cause of those things.

What the cause might be is a philosophical question. Buddhists say the cause is a lack of awareness, desire, and different Buddhist schools have different paths. Christians say the cause is that not enough people have a boner for their Messiah, and their solution usually involves sending 💰 money to some pissed off preacher. Muslims don't care what the problem is but they think killing people will solve it.

Anyway, a basic tenet of common Sense economics is that a currency has to be associated with a commodity or something of value.

Cryptocurrency monetizes computing power, so useful algorhythms coins like gridcoin, primecoin etc are integrating a commodity, scientific advances, into the currency. But coins like Bitcoin and moroncoins that are simply airdropped on poor people are basically Fiat without gangster support, so they redistribute wealth only, not create it.

Let's take a closer look at SXAS, then:

Scarce: The supply of SXAS is tightly controlled and highly predictable. The issuance of new SXAS can only be triggered by market demand.

Fungibile: All SXAS are considered equal.

Divisible: SXAS is currently divisible up to 6 decimal places. At an exchange rate of $100 this is a divisibility down to $0.0001.

Durabile: SXAS is completely digital, so it will not degrade with use. Moreover, WAVES Wallets wallets can be easily created and assets moved to prevent file corruption.

Transferable: SXAS can be transferred, securely, affordably and almost instantly to anyone with an internet connection.

Portable: SXAS scales exceptionally well for larger quantities since it is completely digital. Anything from $0.01 to $1B can fit on a flash drive.


Difficult to Counterfeit: It is cryptographically impossible to counterfeit a SXAS.

Widespread Use
: SXAS has been engineered to be used by anyone to quickly, easily, affordably and securely pay for anything they need anywhere across the globe.

Verifiable Authenticity: Specialized software can identify SXAS units on the WAVES blockchain.

Nonconsumable: Oil, for instance, cannot function as currency because because it is a consumable commodity. SXAS, on the other hand, is not.

So, what is SXAS?

SXAS is 21st century currency for the world of today and the one to come.


When communities start using it to build their own economies from the ground up, they'll finally have the means to obtain all of the goods/services they need to elevate their standard of living and dramatically improve their quality of life.

With their basic standard of living met and the conditions for starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism finally eliminated, we have a better world for all. Makes sense?
No one mention any crypto that's on the market it has to be a new crypto from scratch

Because, before SXAS, no other crypto has been designed to address this real-world problem.

And before you say "Bitcoin!" here's why BTC is actually useless in this regard.

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October 27, 2017, 01:12:53 AM
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If people need to live to feed themselves they will move to places that they think has a lot of money..

Now with a universal income people will be able to feed themselves and this wont happen because soon most places will end up like this and do you want your future gran children to live like this..

And if your saying well they will work and get by Cheesy..

The past will own all the land and the future will have to pay heavy prices to live in the past land
space..

If i buy a whole street how do the future own a bit of it if i bought it all?..

Now imagine i am 1 person what happens to the future if the past and the present bought it all up?..

This is what will happen soon to all our cities Cry Cry..
and our future will have to move or live like this..

Hong Kong's micro-apartment living - YouTube
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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

You are misrepresenting the problem.

Poverty is a symptom that belongs with the things in your first paragraph, not the cause of those things.

What the cause might be is a philosophical question. Buddhists say the cause is a lack of awareness, desire, and different Buddhist schools have different paths. Christians say the cause is that not enough people have a boner for their Messiah, and their solution usually involves sending 💰 money to some pissed off preacher. Muslims don't care what the problem is but they think killing people will solve it.

Anyway, a basic tenet of common Sense economics is that a currency has to be associated with a commodity or something of value.

Cryptocurrency monetizes computing power, so useful algorhythms coins like gridcoin, primecoin etc are integrating a commodity, scientific advances, into the currency. But coins like Bitcoin and moroncoins that are simply airdropped on poor people are basically Fiat without gangster support, so they redistribute wealth only, not create it.

Let's take a closer look at SXAS, then:

Scarce: The supply of SXAS is tightly controlled and highly predictable. The issuance of new SXAS can only be triggered by market demand.

Fungibile: All SXAS are considered equal.

Divisible: SXAS is currently divisible up to 6 decimal places. At an exchange rate of $100 this is a divisibility down to $0.0001.

Durabile: SXAS is completely digital, so it will not degrade with use. Moreover, WAVES Wallets wallets can be easily created and assets moved to prevent file corruption.

Transferable: SXAS can be transferred, securely, affordably and almost instantly to anyone with an internet connection.

Portable: SXAS scales exceptionally well for larger quantities since it is completely digital. Anything from $0.01 to $1B can fit on a flash drive.


Difficult to Counterfeit: It is cryptographically impossible to counterfeit a SXAS.

Widespread Use
: SXAS has been engineered to be used by anyone to quickly, easily, affordably and securely pay for anything they need anywhere across the globe.

Verifiable Authenticity: Specialized software can identify SXAS units on the WAVES blockchain.

Nonconsumable: Oil, for instance, cannot function as currency because because it is a consumable commodity. SXAS, on the other hand, is not.

So, what is SXAS?

SXAS is 21st century currency for the world of today and the one to come.


When communities start using it to build their own economies from the ground up, they'll finally have the means to obtain all of the goods/services they need to elevate their standard of living and dramatically improve their quality of life.

With their basic standard of living met and the conditions for starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism finally eliminated, we have a better world for all. Makes sense?
No one mention any crypto that's on the market it has to be a new crypto from scratch

Because, before SXAS, no other crypto has been designed to address real-world problem.

And before you say "Bitcoin!" here's why BTC is actually useless in this regard.
It makes no difference what coin is good or bad it needs to be a new CRYPTO ..

You do know we have WHALES ..
So that means they already own most of the slice ..

So with my way it's a fresh start a fair start..

And it will not rise like btc and the likes 1 token is £1 end of story no more or no less..

So it has to be a new one for it to work..
To many whales own the old crypto with the new one we all get the starting point of a fair start..


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October 27, 2017, 01:37:25 AM
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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

You are misrepresenting the problem.

Poverty is a symptom that belongs with the things in your first paragraph, not the cause of those things.

What the cause might be is a philosophical question. Buddhists say the cause is a lack of awareness, desire, and different Buddhist schools have different paths. Christians say the cause is that not enough people have a boner for their Messiah, and their solution usually involves sending 💰 money to some pissed off preacher. Muslims don't care what the problem is but they think killing people will solve it.

Anyway, a basic tenet of common Sense economics is that a currency has to be associated with a commodity or something of value.

Cryptocurrency monetizes computing power, so useful algorhythms coins like gridcoin, primecoin etc are integrating a commodity, scientific advances, into the currency. But coins like Bitcoin and moroncoins that are simply airdropped on poor people are basically Fiat without gangster support, so they redistribute wealth only, not create it.

Let's take a closer look at SXAS, then:

Scarce: The supply of SXAS is tightly controlled and highly predictable. The issuance of new SXAS can only be triggered by market demand.

Fungibile: All SXAS are considered equal.

Divisible: SXAS is currently divisible up to 6 decimal places. At an exchange rate of $100 this is a divisibility down to $0.0001.

Durabile: SXAS is completely digital, so it will not degrade with use. Moreover, WAVES Wallets wallets can be easily created and assets moved to prevent file corruption.

Transferable: SXAS can be transferred, securely, affordably and almost instantly to anyone with an internet connection.

Portable: SXAS scales exceptionally well for larger quantities since it is completely digital. Anything from $0.01 to $1B can fit on a flash drive.


Difficult to Counterfeit: It is cryptographically impossible to counterfeit a SXAS.

Widespread Use
: SXAS has been engineered to be used by anyone to quickly, easily, affordably and securely pay for anything they need anywhere across the globe.

Verifiable Authenticity: Specialized software can identify SXAS units on the WAVES blockchain.

Nonconsumable: Oil, for instance, cannot function as currency because because it is a consumable commodity. SXAS, on the other hand, is not.

So, what is SXAS?

SXAS is 21st century currency for the world of today and the one to come.


When communities start using it to build their own economies from the ground up, they'll finally have the means to obtain all of the goods/services they need to elevate their standard of living and dramatically improve their quality of life.

With their basic standard of living met and the conditions for starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism finally eliminated, we have a better world for all. Makes sense?
No one mention any crypto that's on the market it has to be a new crypto from scratch

Because, before SXAS, no other crypto has been designed to address real-world problem.

And before you say "Bitcoin!" here's why BTC is actually useless in this regard.
It makes no difference what coin is good or bad it needs to be a new CRYPTO ..

You do know we have WHALES ..
So that means they already own most of the slice ..

So with my way it's a fresh start a fair start..

And it will not rise like btc and the likes 1 token is £1 end of story no more or no less..

So it has to be a new one for it to work..
To many whales own the old crypto with the new one we all get the starting point of a fair start..




So now you're talking about the perfect distribution mechanism for a crypto which I've already solved here and here.

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October 27, 2017, 01:40:42 AM
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At the moment, we are the ones who know how to use bitcoin to invest, not many people in the world know about bitcoin, and only the rich and smart are brave enough to invest in bitcoin, so the rich will now be richer, so that our society is increasingly fragmented by rich and poor.

Which is why the current barriers stopping the world at large from using crypto need to be destroyed or circumvented. That's what The Saske Project is all about Cheesy

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When you think about all of the awful things going on in our world today, starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism, there seems to be one common thread running through them all - poverty.


Now, imagine if communities all over the world could easily and affordably mine a crypto just with their smart devices and then turn around and use it as their de facto currency. How much of an impact do you think that would have on global extreme poverty and why?

You are misrepresenting the problem.

Poverty is a symptom that belongs with the things in your first paragraph, not the cause of those things.

What the cause might be is a philosophical question. Buddhists say the cause is a lack of awareness, desire, and different Buddhist schools have different paths. Christians say the cause is that not enough people have a boner for their Messiah, and their solution usually involves sending 💰 money to some pissed off preacher. Muslims don't care what the problem is but they think killing people will solve it.

Anyway, a basic tenet of common Sense economics is that a currency has to be associated with a commodity or something of value.

Cryptocurrency monetizes computing power, so useful algorhythms coins like gridcoin, primecoin etc are integrating a commodity, scientific advances, into the currency. But coins like Bitcoin and moroncoins that are simply airdropped on poor people are basically Fiat without gangster support, so they redistribute wealth only, not create it.

Let's take a closer look at SXAS, then:

Scarce: The supply of SXAS is tightly controlled and highly predictable. The issuance of new SXAS can only be triggered by market demand.

Fungibile: All SXAS are considered equal.

Divisible: SXAS is currently divisible up to 6 decimal places. At an exchange rate of $100 this is a divisibility down to $0.0001.

Durabile: SXAS is completely digital, so it will not degrade with use. Moreover, WAVES Wallets wallets can be easily created and assets moved to prevent file corruption.

Transferable: SXAS can be transferred, securely, affordably and almost instantly to anyone with an internet connection.

Portable: SXAS scales exceptionally well for larger quantities since it is completely digital. Anything from $0.01 to $1B can fit on a flash drive.


Difficult to Counterfeit: It is cryptographically impossible to counterfeit a SXAS.

Widespread Use
: SXAS has been engineered to be used by anyone to quickly, easily, affordably and securely pay for anything they need anywhere across the globe.

Verifiable Authenticity: Specialized software can identify SXAS units on the WAVES blockchain.

Nonconsumable: Oil, for instance, cannot function as currency because because it is a consumable commodity. SXAS, on the other hand, is not.

So, what is SXAS?

SXAS is 21st century currency for the world of today and the one to come.


When communities start using it to build their own economies from the ground up, they'll finally have the means to obtain all of the goods/services they need to elevate their standard of living and dramatically improve their quality of life.

With their basic standard of living met and the conditions for starvation, malnutrition, disease, potable water shortage, inadequate sanitation, homelessness, deficient housing, illiteracy, overcrowding, civil war and even terrorism finally eliminated, we have a better world for all. Makes sense?
No one mention any crypto that's on the market it has to be a new crypto from scratch

Because, before SXAS, no other crypto has been designed to address real-world problem.

And before you say "Bitcoin!" here's why BTC is actually useless in this regard.
It makes no difference what coin is good or bad it needs to be a new CRYPTO ..

You do know we have WHALES ..
So that means they already own most of the slice ..

So with my way it's a fresh start a fair start..

And it will not rise like btc and the likes 1 token is £1 end of story no more or no less..

So it has to be a new one for it to work..
To many whales own the old crypto with the new one we all get the starting point of a fair start..




So now you're talking about the perfect distribution mechanism for a crypto which I've already solved here and here.
By posting content to Medium, you give us a nonexclusive license to publish it on Medium Services, including anything reasonably related to publishing it ..

Is this your plan above?
Do you need to publish stuff that i could be sued for?..

My way is way way better it's amazing Grin..

I am no coder i am a builder but when you hear what i have to say you will LOVE IT..

It all makes sense but everything does when your STONED Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy..

Actually you have some good thoughts when your mellow and stoned and thinking of how i can make this planet way way better for all humans ..

But sometimes because your stoned you forget what you thought about 5 mins later Cheesy..
BUT this one i wrote down so i never ever forget Wink..

I will tell everyone and it's up to the world to use my idea so you coders get ready ..
OH and it will only work if we as humans all except it and why not it's helping you and your fellow man and woman out..

See mine is not just about giving the money it's about knowing who is doing well and who is not and how many people are getting produced on this planet because that can tell us a lot on situations for businesses for health and crime Grin..

It really is a smart token Grin Grin..So smart it feeds the world and helps it carry on..
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At the moment, we are the ones who know how to use bitcoin to invest, not many people in the world know about bitcoin, and only the rich and smart are brave enough to invest in bitcoin, so the rich will now be richer, so that our society is increasingly fragmented by rich and poor.

Which is why the current barriers stopping the world at large from using crypto need to be destroyed or circumvented. That's what The Saske Project is all about Cheesy
I love what your doing keep it up  Grin..

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MASSIVE RESPECT who ever you are Wink..
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The problem with these places and people isn't poverty. Their main problem is ignorance. Even if you push thousands of bitcoin to them for free, their mindset of poverty will still get them back to where they are.
The problem is their poverty mentality, not funds.
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At the moment, we are the ones who know how to use bitcoin to invest, not many people in the world know about bitcoin, and only the rich and smart are brave enough to invest in bitcoin, so the rich will now be richer, so that our society is increasingly fragmented by rich and poor.

Which is why the current barriers stopping the world at large from using crypto need to be destroyed or circumvented. That's what The Saske Project is all about Cheesy
I love what your doing keep it up  Grin..

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MASSIVE RESPECT who ever you are Wink..


Same here my friend. Feel free to keep in touch.

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The problem with these places and people isn't poverty. Their main problem is ignorance. Even if you push thousands of bitcoin to them for free, their mindset of poverty will still get them back to where they are.
The problem is their poverty mentality, not funds.
main problem is ignorance. YES BY YOU..

And many many just like you.. Wink

Mindset of poverty Cheesy Cheesy..Now you are DUMB..

2 people produce oil only 1 buyer guess what Mindset of poverty Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy..WHAT A DUMB ASS..

Guess what it's who as the biggest weapons..^^^ 1 buyer you sell it cheaper i bomb your country Wink..

main problem is ignorance. YES BY PEOPLE LIKE YOU Angry Angry..

Now we have a dictator who thinks if i build a nuke bomb then who can stop me from doing anything and with the whole world thinking the same we can only sell so much oil gas if everyone produced it be worthless ..

I thinks some people have no clue what so ever how we humans act to get what we want ..

WE ARE PREDATORS ..Good job we invented shops or we would be killing each other in many many more numbers..

A fed tiger by hand is much tamer than a wild one just the same as a human..
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At the moment, we are the ones who know how to use bitcoin to invest, not many people in the world know about bitcoin, and only the rich and smart are brave enough to invest in bitcoin, so the rich will now be richer, so that our society is increasingly fragmented by rich and poor.

Which is why the current barriers stopping the world at large from using crypto need to be destroyed or circumvented. That's what The Saske Project is all about Cheesy
I love what your doing keep it up  Grin..

I LOVE YOU AS A HUMAN..

MASSIVE RESPECT who ever you are Wink..


Same here my friend. Feel free to keep in touch.
I keep me eyes on you always now just to see how you progress LETS NEVER EVER GIVE UP..One day we will win ..

I love people like you ..Take care bud ..
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The problem with these places and people isn't poverty. Their main problem is ignorance. Even if you push thousands of bitcoin to them for free, their mindset of poverty will still get them back to where they are.
The problem is their poverty mentality, not funds.


Very true! But should that stop us from starting with those with enough education to lift themselves up?

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