☝ Non-Centralised Infrastructure

After discovering BitCoin (where such a large number of people were kind enough to send small donations to 1LfdGnGuWkpSJgbQySxxCWhv8MHqvwst3 that I’m now considering paying for my VoIP with it)  I’ve been accumulating a list of other non-centralised infrastructure that might evolve into something that’s both effective and Senator-proof. The list is posted on my blog over at ComputerWorldUK.

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4 Responses

  1. The huge amount of data traffic (especially when one begins using it) makes BitCoin almost unusable.

    • Certainly there’s a lot of traffic each time you start the client, yes. But running long-term on a server I’ve not seen it generating unreasonable traffic

  2. You might find http://blockexplorer.com/address/1LfdGnGuWkpSJgbQySxxCWhv8MHqvwst3 interesting.

    • Indeed, it’s clear that BitCoin is in no way private if your address is public. I think there are ways to deal with that though.

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