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Question: Start crowdfunding effort for decentralized stock exchange?
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Author Topic: If you are a US citizen you basically can go F yourself! BTCT, Bitfunder, Dwolla  (Read 17037 times)
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October 16, 2013, 01:20:03 AM

Well yes now, but historically speaking MNC exec's complained about all of the red tape in EU countries and how those economies were slower to recover from recessionary periods due to inability to adjust to new economic opportunities.  It seems the tables have turned?

Well, the tables have turned inasmuch as the US has become a rogue state.

I agree Mpex one way or another will not die silently
Unless MP gets put into jail
Don't recall the contingencies of MPEX if the operator is gone.

From the FAQ:

21. What happens if your domain(s) or server(s) are confiscated ?
 In case the domain is confiscated or otherwise lost MPEx will move to a different domain, in a different jurisdiction. Should the same happen again, MPEx would move to what will at the time be a solid alternative for a free Internet, be it the TOR network, namecoin or some equivalent DNS or any comparable solution. No government will ever be able to stop the Internet, in general. We're prepared to show this in the particular.

Should the systems be confiscated or otherwise lost the service will failover to different systems, possibly on bulletproof hosting if need be. If sufficient pressure is put on this side MPEx will be recoded as a p2p system.

Would be cool if people could launch blockchains of database changes for inclusion in p2p networks that are then used by end user apps... like imagine if the DB for SR was totally distributed...  not advocating that but just saying...

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