> On Feb 19, 2018, at 6:54 PM, g2s <g...@riseup.net> wrote:
> -------- Original message --------
> From: Valentin Pasquale <valentin.pasqu...@orange.fr>
> Date: 2/19/18 10:49 AM (GMT-08:00)
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: A new form of mailing list ?
> The Ethereum blockchain support smart contract, therefore to interact with
> them you need to fill a "data form" in your transaction
> Because you can fill in with the hexa you want (in any transaction), you can
> "write", and upload anything you want. The site etherscan.io can display the
> ASCII, for example here (it's written "Hi here") :
> Howerer because it's expensive (the more data you upload the expensive it is)
> I guess people would talk on one of the ethereum test net (on rinkeby you can
> get a dozen of ether for free, enough to talk for a while) (ethereum or
> another one it doesn't matter)
> I guess next generation of Internet puzzle (like CICADA3301) will be upload
> on blockchains instead of twitter
> I found the concept "cool" therefore seeking for your feedback being not a
> > On 19 Feb 2018, at 12:56, sergey <j...@bk.ru> wrote:
> > Can you explain how it is working, please?
> >> On 19.02.2018 09:48, Valentin Pasquale wrote:
> >> A friend showed my that :
> >> https://rinkeby.etherscan.io/address/0x402011f50057a2c4da098b063f698b4fbebfb88c
> >> Which is someone trying to seek for people to talk with on the blockchain
> >> Anyone here tried that ?
> >> Is it a better form of mailing list for you cypher punks against
> >> censorship or whatever ?.
> I'm remembering when it was discovered that Internet Exlpoder engineers put
> some padding text in their code that read: "netscape engineers are weenies",
> and sniggering.
> Like that? But using blockchain code.
I believe he’s talking about ethereum smart contracts. They’re kind of neat,
there is a lot of how to stuff on the web... I don’t really see them replacing
a mailing list though ;)