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The partitioned blockchain …

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Introduction Non-determinism, in commerce relationships, involving trade, is a problem. It will be frustrating, stressful, and worrisome. Guess what, people will be wanting to use cryptos on transactions, investments, that would equate to “dust and lint” on the blockchain today. This is a problem, call it the “synchronized weaver’s problem”. The complexity of the weave gets worse, and adding weavers makes the problem only worse – each weaver must duplicate, each wants to discover the “next best” weave, and all must duplicate the next best weave. It might be “copy paste” simple, but it is still network traffic. People want

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Exciting Times for Resilient Freedom

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It has been an exciting few weeks for me and the team here at Resilient Ways Foundation. I’ve moved from Lawrence, Kansas to Dayton, Ohio. There is an excellent collection of agorists, anarcho-capitalists, anarchists, and others here which we are working very hard to grow rapidly. One of our leaders here, Melissa Michelle, calls our area “New Somalia.” After all, how many times have statists told us to “move to Somalia” if we don’t like things in ‘merica? She and Dan Sullivan have come up with a flag for New Somalia, complete with grumpy cat and motto “Nunya.” In other

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What the blockchain is AND isn’t … (and Lenny Wilkens’ Basketball Camp)

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Some Background: I doubt that I’m the first to write an article on this subject – the misunderstandings and meandering interpretations of WHAT the “blockchain” is … FYI – I should explain a little about myself. I’ve been a professional software developer, engineer, architect and project manager for 14 years (it feels like 15 for some strange reason). I got into computers, seriously into them, kind of late – after 30 years of age. When I was 10 years old I’d asked my parents if I could go to computer camp … this was the year 1980. My dad, in

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