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November 21, 2013, 06:42:08 PM
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November 26, 2013, 12:40:01 PM
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Hi Cunicula,

I have recently submitted a manuscript to some workshop. Indeed it is not finished and can be improved (hopefully I would be able to do so if it will be accepted), however the essential improvement should be the exclusions of some less important calculations and additions of more intuitive explanations (Currently the paper has no proper introduction). Hence I don’t think it will be a good idea to include yet another aspect to the paper (i.e. the economic game theoretic point of view). Yet I would definitely like to see a paper of yours fully dedicated to this important point of view.

Some other field in which I think we might collaborate is purely proof of stake designs. I have some immature ideas, and if I hopefully have the time I plan to think about them on the upcoming days and would like to hear your opinions. In case we will come to a sparkly design, we can write a paper and even try to form a development team in order to make it a real coin.

Anyway, if we write something together I think credit should be given to you even if you prefer to use a pseudonym. And by the way, I am not much of a computer scientist myself: I am a student for mathematics, and have never written a CS paper yet. 

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