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November 23, 2018, 06:31:12 AM
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency
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November 23, 2018, 07:39:05 AM
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency

Yes I would. Since we all are still going to die someday, why won't we try something new for a change of our lives? You shouldn't always believe on those conspiracy theories.

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November 23, 2018, 08:39:01 AM
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First time of hearing this time-based currency, exchanging goods and services for time as money? (correct me if I misunderstood the link).

And with your question, I'm not going to give my fingerprint or eye scan to anyone even for a fair money supply in exchange. It's like selling your identity, fingerprints are unique and I think the same goes for eye scan. The link you provided is interesting though.

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November 23, 2018, 09:46:02 AM
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First time of hearing this time-based currency, exchanging goods and services for time as money? (correct me if I misunderstood the link).

And with your question, I'm not going to give my fingerprint or eye scan to anyone even for a fair money supply in exchange. It's like selling your identity, fingerprints are unique and I think the same goes for eye scan. The link you provided is interesting though.

yes you trade time for time or goods and services
yes that is the point they are unique, tie them to a address and now you have a digital passport (no more counterfeit people)

do you wear gloves in public and a blindfold?

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November 23, 2018, 09:53:15 AM
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency

Time-based currencies have not worked in the past, so I'm curious to see what you come up with. I'm also curious to see your criteria for judging fairness.

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November 23, 2018, 09:53:40 AM
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency

Yes I would. Since we all are still going to die someday, why won't we try something new for a change of our lives? You shouldn't always believe on those conspiracy theories.

I assume your talking about the like rfid chip new world order conspiracy theories yes that is backwards engineering scare tactics.

seems better no? instead of having governments borrowing money from private banking family and everyone working for in exchange for their money supply, everyone just trades their own time 24 hours a day 24 bits a day, just need a way so people cannot make duplicate accounts.
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November 23, 2018, 10:01:12 AM
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency

Time-based currencies have not worked in the past, so I'm curious to see what you come up with. I'm also curious to see your criteria for judging fairness.


what do you mean judging fairness? everyone creates the same amount of duration each day unless they are enterprising and selling goods and services then they can obtain more time in the bank.
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November 23, 2018, 10:05:56 AM
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Probably not actually, that's way too much personal data to give away.
I'm someone who's even very hesitant to give regular KYC to exchanges, so I'd probably never give away a fingerprint or eye scan.

Besides, what kind of 'fair money supply' are we talking about here?
Hundreds of dollars per month? Thousands? Less?

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November 23, 2018, 10:26:52 AM
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Probably not actually, that's way too much personal data to give away.
I'm someone who's even very hesitant to give regular KYC to exchanges, so I'd probably never give away a fingerprint or eye scan.

Besides, what kind of 'fair money supply' are we talking about here?
Hundreds of dollars per month? Thousands? Less?

do you wear gloves and a blindfold when you go out in public?

no dollars, just time around the same rate as welfare/disability or basic income
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How is your system going to known that a sample I've provided actually belongs to me or at least some other human, and wasn't procedural generated?

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/nov/15/fake-fingerprints-can-imitate-real-fingerprints-in-biometric-systems-research

So far no one has managed to securely tie physical person to an online identity, and it seems like biometric information is not a solution, as it can easily be faked to create bots.

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How is your system going to known that a sample I've provided actually belongs to me or at least some other human, and wasn't procedural generated?

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/nov/15/fake-fingerprints-can-imitate-real-fingerprints-in-biometric-systems-research

So far no one has managed to securely tie physical person to an online identity, and it seems like biometric information is not a solution, as it can easily be faked to create bots.

you would have to tie it to a birth certificate, heck I would give my piss and blood.
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November 23, 2018, 11:06:45 AM
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account
would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?
see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency
Time-based currencies have not worked in the past, so I'm curious to see what you come up with. I'm also curious to see your criteria for judging fairness.
what do you mean judging fairness? everyone creates the same amount of duration each day unless they are enterprising and selling goods and services then they can obtain more time in the bank.

It looks like you are designing a currency with built-in basic income, similar to Nimses (https://nimses.com/).

My first thought is that the amount of money you receive for just being alive would be only a tiny fraction of the amount you would receive by working (because of the huge difference in economic value). It would be similar to the difference in income between working at a job and visiting crypto faucets.

As a result, I don't think it would be worth registering for.

As for fairness, since the basic income portion would be small, it would have only a small influence on wealth distribution, which I assume is a criteria for fairness.

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November 23, 2018, 12:31:03 PM
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No, I think I like to keep my privacy, by giving finger print, it's going to reveal the identity, and some people even may used it for a bad purpose, once the bad guy start to spread something bad then it will be hard to take care the problem, so no matter how much money being offered I prefer live in a peaceful life


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November 23, 2018, 01:00:20 PM
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency

OP,how come the time-based-currency theory has something to do with fingerprints and eye scans?
I won't give my fingerprints for payment system,because such sensitive data can be stolen and used for crimes.The time-based-currency theory is what it is.An abstract uthopia,nothing more...


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Honestly, i would never give away my biometric data (doesn't matter if fingerprint, eye scan or anything else) voluntarily.

Especially not via some online form just to receive a few bucks  Roll Eyes

Anyone in possession of such data has a lot potential for fraud. That's not worth a few bucks..
Any ICO / Coin distriution / whatever which requires this to 'make sure each person only participates once' screams scam for me..

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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency

OP,how come the time-based-currency theory has something to do with fingerprints and eye scans?
I won't give my fingerprints for payment system,because such sensitive data can be stolen and used for crimes.The time-based-currency theory is what it is.An abstract uthopia,nothing more...



Because he wants to ensure that each person holds only one identity in the chain and it's not abused by bots.
This would be the only way his utopia where people are getting money just because they live will not be destroyed in seconds by a botnet.

So, it will take a few months instead.
All those socialist programs have ended badly and they will end badly in the future also, there is no such thing as endless free money when the source is someone else's pocket

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November 23, 2018, 08:38:21 PM
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Are we talking about a couple million dollars here? If so, count me in! Just provide a legal copy of our agreement that you would not use my biometrics in other purposes apart from verification.

Jk, I wouldn't give up half my identity for money knowing how many people are having their identities hacked and used in nefarious activities on and off the internet. I'm already hesitant on doing KYC requests, how much more in situations such as this wherein I'm not sure what's going to happen with my biometrics?

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November 27, 2018, 05:00:59 AM
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency
I wouldn't give my name. Literally just my first name. Whenever I join an exchange or get a new coin and what not if they have KYC I get away from that as further as possible. I am not sharing my first name with anyone for a chance to trade my coins, there is no way I would give my fingerprint or eye scan for money supply. You would have to convince me that I will not have to work ever again in my entire life to allow doing such a thing.

I literally do not deal with phone sellers even if I like what they are selling and instead go to the store myself to get it if I like the product instead of ordering from the phone. You should not underestimate the privacy issues people have with the current world before you try to start something that makes it even worse. Look at facebook, they have been under investigation for a while even when they do not have any fingerprint or eye scan type control.
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency
If you can assures me that this will never use for taking advantage or in criminal and illegal activities then i will probably give my fingerprints or eye scan because i believe that if we are not into cheating theres nothing wrong to assure the company or the individuals about our single personality.if this s the only way for assurances both party’s then i will go for this

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November 28, 2018, 05:35:44 AM
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I am creating a money supply which distributes duration to addresses but need a way to verify each person has only one account

would you give your fingerprint or eye scan for a fair money supply?

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-based_currency
If you can assures me that this will never use for taking advantage or in criminal and illegal activities then i will probably give my fingerprints or eye scan because i believe that if we are not into cheating theres nothing wrong to assure the company or the individuals about our single personality.if this s the only way for assurances both party’s then i will go for this

yes It would only be to 2fact/auth that you do not have two accounts.

When you go anywhere in public you give up a full picture of yourself, touch anything in public and your prints are public domain.
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