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May 05, 2011, 09:14:44 PM
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I think a platform is a great idea. Add TOR to the mix as well, and "ROB" (which may lead to some unfortunate associations) becomes Ripple, Open Transaction, Bitcoin on Tor - "ROBoT"

I think the TOR piece is important because there will be some backlash if Bitcoin is widely adopted.

edit: Had to switch tasks and didn't get to finish my thought. What I really wanted to say was, it would be great to have a couple of simple applications in the ROBoT appliance as complete working samples -- a simple exchange and a simple store, then burn it to CDs and USB sticks and make an AMI for Amazon and a VM image for Rackspace etc.

If the exchange itself has a key in the WoT then you could setup a traveling exchange on a wifi laptop, yet users would still be able to recognize it by its reputation with the overall WoT. Soon there is an exchange in every neighborhood.

Just a thought.

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May 05, 2011, 09:42:34 PM
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That's a cool idea. Even your local loan shark who lends out $10 to his buddies (but expects payback) might want to expand into the Bitcoin world. I reiterate that we'd have to make it usable by ANYONE regardless of computer ability.

I made a thread specifically for implementing the web of trust API standard, which can be found here.
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May 05, 2011, 09:56:47 PM
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I wrote an email to build torbitcoin bundle, stating that bitcoin will be the virtual currency.
Hope they reply me or even though don't reply, start building torbitcoin.
On a side note, they tor decide to stop, tor for firefox. So, soon they will take out tor extension for firefox & decided to build Tor broswer ,with firefox as foundation.

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May 06, 2011, 06:57:59 AM
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What Freenode IRC channel seems suitable to gather and collaborate/discuss in (in addition to the mailing list)?

#bitcoin-livecd, #bitcoin-linux, #bitcoin-cd, #bitcoin-os, #bitcoinos, #bitcoin-distro, other?
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