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ctoon6
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September 01, 2011, 02:04:18 AM
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I believe in the censorship free spread of ideas. I bring this up because recently bitcoin forums administrators have been removing topics not in the interest of the administrators or bitcoin in general. I am a bitcoin "extremist" you could say, but i believe in freedom of expressing your ideas however you wish, as long as you are not harming others directly as in attacking web servers and such that belong to people that have done nothing "wrong".

sure you could use IRC, but they can ban you on a whim. so i propose, for anyone that wants to discuss anything use WASTE again.

its completely decentralized, so this removes power from anyone, and its encrypted, so people cants eavesdrop on your conversions.

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in order to use WASTE you must have somebodies public key, and then connect to that person.

once the network grows over 5 or so people, you do not need to manually add everyone, you only need to exchange keys with 1 person, then you broadcast your key on the network and everyone gets it, assuming they auto accept key broadcasts. then they broadcast their keys for you to get. the use of these keys are to ensure who you are speaking with, is the person you originally exchanged keys with, assuming they have not been compromised.

this is my public key

the location is wasteagain.dyndns-ip.com on port 1337(default)

Code:
WASTE_PUBLIC_KEY 20 4096 ctoon6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WASTE_PUBLIC_KEY_END

post your public key and i will add you.

just note, that if the network grows to a considerable size, you could easily have anybody inside the network exchange keys with you.

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