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September 20, 2018, 09:14:47 AM
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I can see your good intentions, I also think like that, the government must realize the greatness of the blockchain, I have been frustrated to see many people corrupt, sad to see poor people who have to get help but the help was taken by corruptors. if the government knows blockchain technology can be a very good bridge to help people because money can be sent directly to the recipient's wallet safely without parties
What you are not adding to this is the fact that the government themselves are the corrupt ones for most especially the underdeveloped countries. As long as this is in play and their corruption still persists, they will always find a way to jeopardize the effort of anything that is going to disrupt the way they have been doing things over the years and in that case, we both know how things will turn out. It depends on a government that is really ready to work and leave some legacy, but for now, it is hard to find them.

Moreover, it might seems so easy to say that government will tend to find a way to adopt blockchain technology in the long run, but we also have to understand that corruption has dug so deep in some parts of the world, that things that are supposed to be provided for the citizens are not there and that makes them a whole less enlightening. As long as there is someone in the position of power siphoning and looting all the funds, I doubt in such scenario that would be any possible adoption as well.
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September 20, 2018, 11:38:41 AM
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IF i had the chance to managed a certain government i would really apply blockchain technology and give their budget in a form of cryptocurrency or digital currency that could be used as a form of payment and could even trade to fiat money. In this way we could eradicate the corruption because the public could be aware on where the budget of the people coming from taxes will going through. Yet, until now the government is not interested on cryptocurrency or if they are they are not willing also to investigate and checked how cryptocurrency works and how could it will be applied on their system. They just want their business to continue as usual doing ghost project? I do not know maybe!
I have ever a chance to take the hold I would legalize bitcoin from the very first day and allow people to invest and trade in bitcoin as much as they can. Improve your financial position, make money from cryptocurrency and solve your problems by yourself. Don’t wait for government and try to handle small needs of the daily life for the community. Then I would say that bitcoin really can change the economy.
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September 21, 2018, 07:42:28 AM
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I don't think you can eradicate corruption with blockchain and cryptocurrencies.  You can trace fiat money/bank account but how about crypto with their anonymity?
Exactly. These are very logical pints. The central bank in my country is about to cancel a note with a value as high as $50 (that is 5000rupees in my country) just to reduce corruption. You can do it with fiat but I do not think it could be done with cryptocurrency just because of its anonymity which is also a reason majority if countries have still not yet recognized it.
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September 21, 2018, 07:49:47 AM
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I can see your good intentions, I also think like that, the government must realize the greatness of the blockchain, I have been frustrated to see many people corrupt, sad to see poor people who have to get help but the help was taken by corruptors. if the government knows blockchain technology can be a very good bridge to help people because money can be sent directly to the recipient's wallet safely without parties
What you are not adding to this is the fact that the government themselves are the corrupt ones for most especially the underdeveloped countries. As long as this is in play and their corruption still persists, they will always find a way to jeopardize the effort of anything that is going to disrupt the way they have been doing things over the years and in that case, we both know how things will turn out. It depends on a government that is really ready to work and leave some legacy, but for now, it is hard to find them.

Moreover, it might seems so easy to say that government will tend to find a way to adopt blockchain technology in the long run, but we also have to understand that corruption has dug so deep in some parts of the world, that things that are supposed to be provided for the citizens are not there and that makes them a whole less enlightening. As long as there is someone in the position of power siphoning and looting all the funds, I doubt in such scenario that would be any possible adoption as well.
Your idea seems good it can help to improve cryptocurrency but you have to look, your self too. There's a lots of responsibility for government to look there country. If you try to improve blockchain technology every start using is which is good but not for you.
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September 22, 2018, 06:28:15 AM
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I can see your good intentions, I also think like that, the government must realize the greatness of the blockchain, I have been frustrated to see many people corrupt, sad to see poor people who have to get help but the help was taken by corruptors. if the government knows blockchain technology can be a very good bridge to help people because money can be sent directly to the recipient's wallet safely without parties
What you are not adding to this is the fact that the government themselves are the corrupt ones for most especially the underdeveloped countries. As long as this is in play and their corruption still persists, they will always find a way to jeopardize the effort of anything that is going to disrupt the way they have been doing things over the years and in that case, we both know how things will turn out. It depends on a government that is really ready to work and leave some legacy, but for now, it is hard to find them.

Moreover, it might seems so easy to say that government will tend to find a way to adopt blockchain technology in the long run, but we also have to understand that corruption has dug so deep in some parts of the world, that things that are supposed to be provided for the citizens are not there and that makes them a whole less enlightening. As long as there is someone in the position of power siphoning and looting all the funds, I doubt in such scenario that would be any possible adoption as well.
Since its tax free no one give you tax how would you develop your country also criminals will also start involving and go wrong activities.
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September 22, 2018, 10:43:02 AM
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IF i had the chance to managed a certain government i would really apply blockchain technology and give their budget in a form of cryptocurrency or digital currency that could be used as a form of payment and could even trade to fiat money. In this way we could eradicate the corruption because the public could be aware on where the budget of the people coming from taxes will going through. Yet, until now the government is not interested on cryptocurrency or if they are they are not willing also to investigate and checked how cryptocurrency works and how could it will be applied on their system. They just want their business to continue as usual doing ghost project? I do not know maybe!

Japan today is using cryptocurrency in their own country because they really know that it was very profitable and it can improve their own economy.
I would say that is a smart government. I am sure most government will actually be looking at a way they can keep monitoring the situation of things and seeing how the countries using them are faring before they will even decide to attempt adoption.

All the above, even if any of us could manage the government as it is, it would take a lot to still be able to put a lot together depending on how technologically oriented the country is, and then be able to implement the usage of blockchain technology. Moreover, it takes someone who fully understands the importance of blockchain technology at large.
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September 22, 2018, 05:41:19 PM
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IF i had the chance to managed a certain government i would really apply blockchain technology and give their budget in a form of cryptocurrency or digital currency that could be used as a form of payment and could even trade to fiat money. In this way we could eradicate the corruption because the public could be aware on where the budget of the people coming from taxes will going through. Yet, until now the government is not interested on cryptocurrency or if they are they are not willing also to investigate and checked how cryptocurrency works and how could it will be applied on their system. They just want their business to continue as usual doing ghost project? I do not know maybe!
Not possible, a government will never use blockchain technology. Blockchain is totally decentralised where as the control of government is not completely decentralised . Many countries are not even accepting crypto, and you are saying to present annual budget in crypto currency. It only sounds good but practically its not possible.

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September 22, 2018, 07:35:54 PM
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I'd change a lot of things, I'd like to bring professional education for politicians because 90% of politicians in my country are not professionals and that affects our wealth and level of life.

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September 23, 2018, 03:23:48 AM
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I'd change a lot of things, I'd like to bring professional education for politicians because 90% of politicians in my country are not professionals and that affects our wealth and level of life.

Well, I think in every country, the politicians are only concerns about how they can get more money without thinking about other people's life, and I agree that we can change this if we can manage the government. But to do this, we need to be one person who has the power to get them to know about the others, and they can contribute to making a better life for our people. It is difficult to do because besides have the power, we also need support from the other people so our strategy can work well for our country.
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September 23, 2018, 06:04:55 AM
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IF i had the chance to managed a certain government i would really apply blockchain technology and give their budget in a form of cryptocurrency or digital currency that could be used as a form of payment and could even trade to fiat money. In this way we could eradicate the corruption because the public could be aware on where the budget of the people coming from taxes will going through. Yet, until now the government is not interested on cryptocurrency or if they are they are not willing also to investigate and checked how cryptocurrency works and how could it will be applied on their system. They just want their business to continue as usual doing ghost project? I do not know maybe!

If all the heads of government have this kind of power to implement anything the moment they get into power, it would result in either two ways. One the world might have been a better place or the we start to groom another set of human demi-god who would turn out to be tyrants and no one to call them to action.

Your intentions are good based on the implementation blockchain to the process of government as corruption is one key thing that can plague the development of any society. However, just jumping into the deployment of blockchain would create additional problem if its not a properly thought out process. In the implementation, people are involved in ensuring that it goes seamlessly so also they can sabotage the entire process and at the end it won't achieve the intended objective.
but not because other governments that do not allow bitcoin to enter their country does not mean that they do not understand the benefits of bitcoin, you mention only the benefits not with its shortcomings and a very large responsibility if bitcoin can be legalized

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September 23, 2018, 06:45:59 AM
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IF i had the chance to managed a certain government i would really apply blockchain technology and give their budget in a form of cryptocurrency or digital currency that could be used as a form of payment and could even trade to fiat money. In this way we could eradicate the corruption because the public could be aware on where the budget of the people coming from taxes will going through. Yet, until now the government is not interested on cryptocurrency or if they are they are not willing also to investigate and checked how cryptocurrency works and how could it will be applied on their system. They just want their business to continue as usual doing ghost project? I do not know maybe!

Blockchain won't eliminate corruption. Let me give you an example - the government allocates 100 bitcoins (or any other cryptocurrency for that matter) for construction of a bridge. This gets paid to a contractor. The contractor doesn't build the bridge according to specifications, pockets the amount and pays off government officials in kind. Everything looks hunky dory on the blockchain, but there is corruption.


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September 25, 2018, 06:01:41 AM
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I can see your good intentions, I also think like that, the government must realize the greatness of the blockchain, I have been frustrated to see many people corrupt, sad to see poor people who have to get help but the help was taken by corruptors. if the government knows blockchain technology can be a very good bridge to help people because money can be sent directly to the recipient's wallet safely without parties
What you are not adding to this is the fact that the government themselves are the corrupt ones for most especially the underdeveloped countries. As long as this is in play and their corruption still persists, they will always find a way to jeopardize the effort of anything that is going to disrupt the way they have been doing things over the years and in that case, we both know how things will turn out. It depends on a government that is really ready to work and leave some legacy, but for now, it is hard to find them.

Moreover, it might seems so easy to say that government will tend to find a way to adopt blockchain technology in the long run, but we also have to understand that corruption has dug so deep in some parts of the world, that things that are supposed to be provided for the citizens are not there and that makes them a whole less enlightening. As long as there is someone in the position of power siphoning and looting all the funds, I doubt in such scenario that would be any possible adoption as well.
Its easy to say such thing but when it came to do its become hard. You'll face a lots of problems. People won't pay you tax which mean you'll never able to work Your idea is good but you'll face a lots of problem in future.
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September 25, 2018, 11:37:23 AM
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Power corrupts...Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

It takes a strong minded man to not be tainted on their way up to power.

And rarely do you see a person who is an elected public figure that does not have a certain personality that is needed to get there.


Absolute power corrupts indeed. One thing I have always noticed is that people usually have plans before even getting into power and then, they tend to give you a load down of all the things they will do and achieve if put in power, but in reality when they get there, their hands end up becoming tied and they won't even know what hit them before they eventually realize how much they have changed just in a very short term and it would take someone who is highly  principled, filled with vision and ready to make a name for himself that power will not corrupt.
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