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André Staltz 25 Feb 18
If SpaceX's Starlink will provide internet access, obviously it will also provide a single IPv6 network, and could be a great opportunity for NAT-less peer-to-peer connections within Starlink only. I hope chooses wisely.
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Elon Musk
Will be simpler than IPv6 and have tiny packet overhead. Definitely peer-to-peer.
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Evgeny Chereshnev 25 Feb 18
Replying to @elonmusk @andrestaltz
Encryption?
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Elon Musk 25 Feb 18
Replying to @cheresh @andrestaltz
End-to-end encryption encoded at firmware level. Unlikely to be hacked w current computing tech. If it is (and we learn about it), a crypto fix will go out immediately via network-wide firmware update.
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encrypted_axioms 25 Feb 18
Replying to @elonmusk @andrestaltz
Hey Elon, you're a cool dude. One question, do you believe your goal will be a success before the attempt or do you prepare to the point that the only thing that is possible is success? I really hope you answer this question. Would mean a lot to me.
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Maquiaveh ⚜️🍍 25 Feb 18
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Brian Paone, MPA 25 Feb 18
Replying to @elonmusk @andrestaltz
We need to change the Constitution to allow to run for POTUS.
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Stepan Gershuni 25 Feb 18
POTM(ars)
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Rudi Gesch 25 Feb 18
Replying to @elonmusk @andrestaltz
Any idea what internet access via star link will cost to the end user? You’d have the potential for about 7.4 billion customers!
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FEEL THREE : Virtual Reality Simulators 25 Feb 18
100% market penetration means they can charge $5/month and get $444B in revenue a year. 2% penetration at $50/month gets them $88B, the same as comcast... remember launches are at cost, and can be done during earth to earth flights and solar generated fuel would be nearly free :)
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Jeffrey Rufino 25 Feb 18
Replying to @elonmusk @andrestaltz
Can we use bitcoin in space ?
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Noam Nelke 25 Feb 18
You can use it anywhere there’s an internet connection, however you start encountering interesting issues once you start mining more than 10 light-minutes away
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