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Offline toast

50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« on: March 30, 2014, 11:51:57 PM »

50 u% DNS+P2P for a variation of that old image someone made of blockchain forks. I can't find it right now after searching for a few minutes, it's around here somewhere.


Needs to have these blockchains:
* AGS+PTS
* DNS
  caption: proto-DAC in future crypto-equity backed by autonomous byzantine namespace resolution services
* P2P
  first DNS-derived namespace DAC, used for resolving .p2p TLDs.
* KEY/WEB
  example future DACs
* XT
  other example proto-DAC
* blob of X DACs

The relationship is

AGS/PTS
|-DNS
  |- P2P
  |- KEY
  |- WEB
|-XT
  |- ...

We will likely need to do a few iterations. If you can keep it layered/modular/easily editable in a program like GIMP (or any free alternative you propose) that would make me pay out much sooner.
« Last Edit: March 30, 2014, 11:54:24 PM by toast »
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Offline vikram

Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2014, 01:57:12 AM »

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Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2014, 04:13:48 AM »
50 u% DNS+P2P for a variation of that old image someone made of blockchain forks. I can't find it right now after searching for a few minutes, it's around here somewhere.


Needs to have these blockchains:
* AGS+PTS
* DNS
  caption: proto-DAC in future crypto-equity backed by autonomous byzantine namespace resolution services
* P2P
  first DNS-derived namespace DAC, used for resolving .p2p TLDs.
* KEY/WEB
  example future DACs
* XT
  other example proto-DAC
* blob of X DACs

The relationship is

AGS/PTS
|-DNS
  |- P2P
  |- KEY
  |- WEB
|-XT
  |- ...

We will likely need to do a few iterations. If you can keep it layered/modular/easily editable in a program like GIMP (or any free alternative you propose) that would make me pay out much sooner.


Hey toast my man, I have made an infographic for Bitshare DNS based on your description (in Gimp format). whats your email address ?

Offline bytemaster

Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #3 on: March 31, 2014, 04:16:28 AM »
50 u% DNS+P2P for a variation of that old image someone made of blockchain forks. I can't find it right now after searching for a few minutes, it's around here somewhere.


Needs to have these blockchains:
* AGS+PTS
* DNS
  caption: proto-DAC in future crypto-equity backed by autonomous byzantine namespace resolution services
* P2P
  first DNS-derived namespace DAC, used for resolving .p2p TLDs.
* KEY/WEB
  example future DACs
* XT
  other example proto-DAC
* blob of X DACs

The relationship is

AGS/PTS
|-DNS
  |- P2P
  |- KEY
  |- WEB
|-XT
  |- ...

We will likely need to do a few iterations. If you can keep it layered/modular/easily editable in a program like GIMP (or any free alternative you propose) that would make me pay out much sooner.

What is your estimated value of a MIP (u%) for the purposes of pricing this?

I believe this would be equal to 200 XTS based upon the conversion which means that your price is probably too high...
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Offline toast

Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #4 on: March 31, 2014, 04:24:27 AM »
Let's see if anyone bites... past bounties were priced higher but now that you said that...
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Offline toast

Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #5 on: March 31, 2014, 04:25:37 AM »
50 u% DNS+P2P for a variation of that old image someone made of blockchain forks. I can't find it right now after searching for a few minutes, it's around here somewhere.


Needs to have these blockchains:
* AGS+PTS
* DNS
  caption: proto-DAC in future crypto-equity backed by autonomous byzantine namespace resolution services
* P2P
  first DNS-derived namespace DAC, used for resolving .p2p TLDs.
* KEY/WEB
  example future DACs
* XT
  other example proto-DAC
* blob of X DACs

The relationship is

AGS/PTS
|-DNS
  |- P2P
  |- KEY
  |- WEB
|-XT
  |- ...

We will likely need to do a few iterations. If you can keep it layered/modular/easily editable in a program like GIMP (or any free alternative you propose) that would make me pay out much sooner.


Hey toast my man, I have made an infographic for Bitshare DNS based on your description (in Gimp format). whats your email address ?

Just PM me on the forum
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Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #6 on: March 31, 2014, 04:42:40 AM »
My own version of infographic


Offline toast

Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #7 on: March 31, 2014, 04:48:14 AM »
no, use this as your starting point:

http://i.imgur.com/eWFH6mB.jpg
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Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #8 on: March 31, 2014, 02:27:28 PM »
Let's see if anyone bites... past bounties were priced higher but now that you said that...

That does seem like an unreasonably high bounty. :) But if higher bounties lead to getting a product sooner, please keep them high. PTS/AGS needs a product.

Worst-case: honor PTS/AGS 49.5% each and allocate an extra 1% of genesis DNS for development.

Offline toast

Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #9 on: March 31, 2014, 02:36:56 PM »
Wait, 50 u% is $10 at namecoin's valuation. 50 100ths of 1 millionth of $20 million

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Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #10 on: March 31, 2014, 02:41:58 PM »
Wait, 50 u% is $10 at namecoin's valuation. 50 100ths of 1 millionth of $20 million

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Re: 50 u% DNS: Blockchain snapshot infographic
« Reply #11 on: March 31, 2014, 02:46:22 PM »
Fair assessment. 


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