2013/12/18 Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be>

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> On 18 Dec 2013, at 09:47, Quentin Anciaux wrote:
>
> Depends on the problem you're considering, I think it can lead to a
>> society with more individual freedoms, for example.
>>
>
> I don't think it can... can you give argument how bitcoin would achieve
> that ?
>
>
> Bitcoin was not deflationist at the start,
>

Yes it was and is... the number of bitcoins are finite and fixed over
time... There will be at most 21 millions bitcoins in circulation for
ever... a lost bitcoin is lost *forever*...

Quentin


> and its future is uncertain, but its value was relying on the selling of
> drugs and weapons, for which the demand is high. When politcians lies,
> bandits does the correct things, in the incorrect ways, and bitcoins
> naturally made that type of merchanding more secure. Its value beginning to
> fall due to the hardness to keep the weapons merchandising.
>
> Banks seems to be interrelated, and the money is 60% based on lies, (I
> think currently), so any competing "free" banks can be welcome.
>
> There is no real solution of the economic problem, except to educate
> people in arithmetic and logic so that they stop voting for bandits and
> demagog. Well, that might be to late, and we can only hope the bandits will
> manage some amnesty and stop doing their work, but for this we must abandon
> the laws which create that type of banditism first.
>
> Bitcoins and much variants (like namecoin) will develop, and we might see
> even typed money system (money for research, monnaie for food, etc.).
>
> A system that enrich its creator cannot be good.
>
>
> Why?
> I sort of agree with you, at some level, but the creator needs to eat the
> braid too, at least when confined in its poor terrestrial configuration :)
>
> But the non-creator, or during his lack of inspiration, needs the braid
> too, and we should not forget that.
>
> Bruno
>
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