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February 19, 2014, 04:59:15 PM
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With the capability that Bitcoin2.0 protocols are looking to offer now, I am wondering now exactly where the limits of a mature Bitcoin might be. Etheream, of course, is looking at Turing complete trading and that alongside other protocol efforts, suggests an extraordinary leap forward from traditional services that we've all familiar with.. but what lies beyond even those?

Could it be possible that beyond simple exchange of currencies and trade, that we might one day see open source democracy?

I've wondered for a long time that a good bug management system for politics, could help resolve problems in better ways that we struggle with now; and that such a system could help better engage the People and hold our representatives accountable in an efficient manner.

A lot of the problems in current politics, do seem to stem from the growth of Big Politics - all thud and blunder, being not local; fluid; or dynamic as a good liberal democracies perhaps should be. It seems then that the small voice doesn't get fair representation, relative to big power and wealth who look out only after their own priorities - with all the corrupt and institutionalised errors those generate.

Has anyone here seen anything of open source democracy attempted before? What are the chances that automated protocols could help with this??

We live in interesting times..  Grin

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February 19, 2014, 05:39:32 PM
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Incidentally, I think the central point I'm wondering is that Bitcoin offers freedom from third parties.
Why do we need Banks and currency centric support; Lawyers and trade centric support; and by extension Politicians?..

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