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Comment Re:No. Not ever. (Score 0) 74

Oh I see. So in other words it has nothing to do with the topic, which isn't "how do you use your devices". Apparently devices are OK though after the "children are asleep". Fuckwits like his guy make me laugh. They are the 21st Century versions of the people who claim they never watch TV. Idiots like you are even worse, because you are too confused to even stay on topic.

Comment Re:No. Not ever. (Score 1) 74

How naive. You are already part of the network. You cannot put phones and computers "on hold". They are always pinging location back to their masters. And what difference does it make if you wait until the "children are asleep"? Do you think the "machine" stops when your children goes to sleep?

Comment Re:What exactly are they doing with it? (Score 1) 54

Why would anyone spend hashing efforts on those blockchains? And if you "solve" the need for hashing by making the blockchain private within a group of companies, where you expect none of them to attack the blockchains integrity, then your product is no different from having a MySQL database with restricted login ...

The reason Bitcoin exists is that they're the tokens distributed to make people spend efforts on hashing the blockchain. Without tokens you have no hashing. A blockchain thus cannot exist without a currency (defined as the value of those tokens).

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