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MemoryCoin / Re: Memory Coin as a DAC
« on: January 06, 2014, 09:17:22 am »
It allows selection and ranking performed by humans first, then machines.  Humans opt-out...not opt-in.  Yet you can analyze the blockchain to verify and ensure present and historical compliance, and program in new restrictions and/or limitations to improve the quality desired the most by the community....all cryptographically encrypted for history by CPUs which could be cheaper than the information provided by the selection and ranking history itself.  It is a value record of community-ranked qualities and transactions.

Lovely opportunities. Here's one:

Here's another application - instant "MMC invention disclosure"...basically charities to develop and/or fund bounties.  Bounties are final procurement...have to get started specifying first.

Could something like this work?

"The author of this post resides at MAXBNDTVdjbCwBwSDU7SCuMBUVcm49afD9.

Question: Do MMC users think this is a good idea? (1 - 9 Satoshi)

Question: Should the author escalate up the MMC Officer chain? (Donate MMC)"

I'd have "MMC trust stats" available in blockchain info based on accumulated votes from other trusted sources, starting with the officers (angels), then miners (saints), then other "blessed' in the community.

If I get votes / etc, I'd send it to someone in the next rank and/or go looking into existing bounties / etc...

Audiences / sites / users / etc with more knowledge would think its less valuable and stop voting for it wouldn't rise as high - but better / newer info would rise quicker to higher levels - which is of value to the higher levels because of all the sources out there...

Crowd sourced, crowd funded, crowd ventures operated as charities for creative ideas developed as fast as you can market, negotiate, and distribute the information through binary search to the right sink who values it highest.

MemoryCoin / Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions (no longer) compromised
« on: January 06, 2014, 08:39:36 am »
My name is Max Power, and I have told FreeTrade that I am his enemy and shall take over everything he has, and takeover all MemoryCoin positions:

FreeTrade has told me that he shall never support my plans, although he has not told you this yet by acknowledging my signal:

FreeTrade should send 1 vote to: MAXBNDTVdjbCwBwSDU7SCuMBUVcm49afD9

His Officers or any other member of the human community may send votes or donations to indicate whether they believe FreeTrade is working for Max Power's Evil Laboratory for World Domination:

Basically: A poll service / community fact-checking / trolling to see if you think FreeTrade, Max Power, and NewMine are the same posters based on our known / confirmed blockchain activity.

It's meant to be thought through like game theory between polar opposites, rather than taken order to improve understanding of trade operations...while trying to have fun.

Think of DPR and the Sicilian.

MemoryCoin / Re: [ANN] MaxPWR Petitions to Sanction User Newmine
« on: January 06, 2014, 05:53:42 am »
Nope - a "ban" is perfectly acceptable network behavior...if you think separately about the address / username and the action / person.  It's not really anything  on the person, just on the actions of the address /'s network maintenance on problematic ports.

The user is free to modify his behavior / message / promises.  But his message is still out there in its original form is old, stale, and expired.  We can ask him to "rebroadcast" his new message (e.g., transferring to new voting address / etc).

Think about it the other way - what if a "good service" at an address is simply expired?  What if it is a dead address?  Shouldn't we warn people that it is an outdated message?

Really, if we "ban" problematic addresses...a user can just perform the same action from a different address.  If he really wanted to...he could create a new username / etc.  Or, the user could perform modified behavior at a different address and be welcomed back into the community...

And, it's a voluntary opinion from an officer which the community supports.  It does not even have to be from all officers. 

Anyone can say "this address is my enemy.  I shall not support this address."  Means absolutely nothing to the rest of us.  The Officers have made rumblings in the forums that they do not like that behavior.  Well, go find that user, engage that user, and ask him to modify his behavior (e.g., move funds from that voting address to new voting addresses and "re-campaign").

We are not a free-for-all community. If so, what is the point of selection and ranking in MMC?  We are a self-regulating community to provide trust among members.  We investigate, evaluate, and modify as the community requests.



MemoryCoin / [ANN] MaxPWR Petitions to Sanction User Newmine
« on: January 05, 2014, 09:03:26 pm »
>>sudo deluser Newmine MMC
-----------For Immediate Release---------------

MaxPWR requests that MemoryCoin Officers drop the banhammer on User Newmine and his supporters.

Each Officer shall immediately develop a list of all known accounts and supporters of User Newmine.  Officer accounts shall not trade with any associated addresses of User Newmine.  Officers accounts shall not trade with supporters of User Newmine until votes are removed for any associated addresses of User Newmine.

If elected CEO, MaxPWR shall use any accumulated funds to place a bounty for such blacklist services:


In addition, donations for such efforts are being accepted at Max's Evil Lab:


MemoryCoin / Re: Newmine just got elected as CNO
« on: January 05, 2014, 12:07:48 pm »
Thanks, I'll check those out later...seems like everyone always has their best / favorite tools / websites...I need to start remembering them.

Will need to think of a way to make it generic so I don't need to keep updating the addresses on the blog...I'll get there.

But my main hook is that I'm placing a 5000 MMC deposit and plan not to move it for a year.  It'll be a bet / trust game in itself if I ever cash them out.  But...I think I can make more working with you guys to make sure the price rises in a year than by trading with it...

I wanted to cast votes from there, but sounds like I'd have to move it each time I re-vote...may not be the worst...would show it's still "alive"...

MemoryCoin / Re: Memory Coin as a DAC
« on: January 05, 2014, 11:36:51 am »
I see a whole lot of potential applications / business models / etc...will write some thoughts up tomorrow...

MemoryCoin / Re: Newmine just got elected as CNO
« on: January 05, 2014, 11:32:52 am »
should probly add to profile / sig:

MemoryCoin / Re: Newmine just got elected as CNO
« on: January 05, 2014, 11:31:41 am »
Eh, we'll get there, don't worry - y'all are doing awesome.

Can someone confirm that my votes are showing and, in general, audit the addresses on my blog?

Not really sure how voting works out when I have multiple addresses in the qt client...

(Drop a line here so others know you're on it, then PM me after checking into it - Thanks a lot!)

Should probably power down now...

MemoryCoin / Re: Newmine just got elected as CNO
« on: January 05, 2014, 08:54:36 am »
RE: Newmine

Well, it's a classic social justice / fair share tactic. Payoff will make it tempting for others to vote initially, but returns will go away over time, he'll have to try harder and harder...and eventually give up.

Why's he doing it? Probly thinks the only way to make money in crypto is trading.  The first months will be tough for shareholders (nice change, btw) for price - even tougher if we go on cryptsy too soon...but don't worry, buy more.

We're supposed to be the steady-growing, stable asset class of the mix.  After we get over the first few bumps, we can expand out and start developing new applications / arrangements with existing crypto / alt-coins.  If we get a smooth bounty / bid / negotiation process up and running, we start actually trading within MMC...

I see us working well as an interfacing market with other alt-coins - they'll want us around for the market size / stability / etc just like they're doing with FTC right now.  (And since we're "second-layer" crypto to the user, confirmation times shouldn't matter too much.)

MemoryCoin / Re: Newmine just got elected as CNO
« on: January 05, 2014, 06:58:05 am »
I really have no idea who is Newmine, nor do I care.
But PLEASE let me know what any of you guys (CEO, CTO, CNO, CSO, CMO), that are getting paid hundreds of dollars a day in MMCs are doing except writing nonsense in the forums?
Also, what did the other 2 "real" candidates do (except, of course, writing "Vote for me" in the forum)?

IMO, it's an investment in MMC that will be paid out later to other users at a later time...we're just letting the developers control them during the initial grown phase...

Have patience, young skywalker...or monitor the Officers addresses to make sure they're not just selling them...

(Overall, block chain / vote visualization tools will be highly needed for MMC)

MemoryCoin / Re: Newmine just got elected as CNO
« on: January 05, 2014, 06:53:50 am »
Hey guys,

I just voted for y'all for all positions.

Working on getting up and running now, so let me know if they don't show up or if you have any other suggestions.

I think I can contribute to a blog for now and maybe bring in some interesting thoughts and op-ed from people outside crypto, maybe support CMO and CNO.

I'll have some other posts going up soon, but I think it'd be fun / entertaining to run it as an "arch-nemesis" / "league of supervillains" vs. MMC.

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