Very elementary example, but they are basically asking the users to confirm that when Alice and Bob are in the same (or a similar) place, it is not a coincidence.
This needs to be in a blog. Especially the point of people seeing a very rough prototype GUI and wanting a full production system by next Thurdsay.
Stop minting them, tell the collectors that you have stopped minting them, let the banks sell them off based on some imagined rarity value by year, and they'll disappear from the economy in well under 4 years.
There's good reason for that. If your army fails and you need to run, USD is accepted everywhere.
If you stop minting coins, eventually they'll stop circulating.
Twitter is just nigga tech anyway.
Let it have its silly bans.
So the day they make your particular fetish or recreational substance / entertainment / political stance / religion / etc. a crime...
You're an optimist, and overstating the safety and benevolence of this program. Quit sugar-coating it, you apologist!
Peoples' fetish, substance, etc is already illegal, somewhere. And since no government (including UK) has shown itself to have the ability to store things securely (it's almost as though they employ people), it is reasonable to assume the data is (or eventually will be) globally available.
UK citizens aren't just making a decision to totally and completely trust trust their own government forever. They are also deciding that they already fully trust the Russian government, the Chinese government, the Saudi government, criminals, etc and that they will always be able to trust those parties.
UK is declaring that this is one big happy world without any adversarial relationships, and that "security" is a totally obsolete concept.
Yep. And apparently he's never heard of the Roman technology of aquaducts either.
Trigger it at 40 yards, and unless it is a really large payload,the worst you'll get is a shock wave.
"Be there. Aloha." -- Steve McGarret, _Hawaii Five-Oh_