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Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions (no longer) compromised
« Reply #45 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:

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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
http://pwrcoin.blogspot.com/2014/01/shall-we-play-game.html

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:

http://pwrcoin.blogspot.com/2014/01/distributed-progamming-interface.html

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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 seriously...in order to improve understanding of trade operations...while trying to have fun.

Think of DPR and the Sicilian.
   
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Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions (no longer) compromised
« Reply #46 on: January 06, 2014, 09:14:17 am »
Mad as a bag of hammers.
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Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions (no longer) compromised
« Reply #47 on: January 11, 2014, 09:47:36 pm »
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MemoryCoin 2.0 voting is proportional to the number of coins you own. So if you have 1 MMC that's one vote. If you have 25k MMC that's 25k votes.

Hello people?  Is this some sort of democratic "voting"?  No.

Isn't this the definition of a corrupt voting system?

So basically except for the "1-percenters" your vote is worthless.  So what's the point? 

The whole memorycoin2.0 "voting system" seems like a corrupt gambling system for the top owners of the coin.  Whoever can accumulate and vote enough on themselves will take the pot.  No leadership nor vision is required, only the desire for power and wealth and risk.

So many things about this coin are clever and so many seem idiotic and doomed.  Am I missing something or is this voting system just completely dumb?

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Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions (no longer) compromised
« Reply #48 on: January 11, 2014, 09:54:27 pm »
Got a better idea for weighting the votes?
Using a one-vote-per-address system would lead to people creating addresses like crazy, which would in the end also be won by the biggest holders.

You can suppose the biggest holders to have the greatest interest in a successful coin, so it's not too bad. More important is a good assortment of candidates.
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Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions (no longer) compromised
« Reply #49 on: January 11, 2014, 10:13:37 pm »
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MemoryCoin 2.0 voting is proportional to the number of coins you own. So if you have 1 MMC that's one vote. If you have 25k MMC that's 25k votes.

Hello people?  Is this some sort of democratic "voting"?  No.

Isn't this the definition of a corrupt voting system?

So basically except for the "1-percenters" your vote is worthless.  So what's the point? 

The whole memorycoin2.0 "voting system" seems like a corrupt gambling system for the top owners of the coin.  Whoever can accumulate and vote enough on themselves will take the pot.  No leadership nor vision is required, only the desire for power and wealth and risk.

So many things about this coin are clever and so many seem idiotic and doomed.  Am I missing something or is this voting system just completely dumb?
I can create a script in just a few minutes that creates an infinite number of addresses and votes for me from each, would you rather that happened? Or would you rather it was centralised like ripple?

Any publicly tradable corporation acts the same way, one share = one vote.
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Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions (no longer) compromised
« Reply #50 on: January 12, 2014, 12:46:40 am »

So basically except for the "1-percenters" your vote is worthless.  So what's the point? 


You can make a vote worth more by changing what the address represents within the community, as-in how you market that address on your site.

If that address is a poll / opinion result from visitors on your website, code on other sites or DACs could use the number of votes on the blockchain and update content / adjust performance.


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