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matt blaze
Useful heuristic: when someone says “maybe the blockchain will solve this” they probably understand neither the problem nor the blockchain.
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Lindsay Lightly Redacted DeVries 6 Jun 17
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I do not understand anything about this other than heuristic, which is a pleasing word.
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ꜳꝛꝍꞥ 6 Jun 17
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Hang on, what if we record people's ignorance on the blockchain? Then we can use the blockchain to solve them not understanding blockchains!
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Dogs are the best people 6 Jun 17
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is the blockchain like the cyber?
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Ira Goldman 🦆🦆🦆 6 Jun 17
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Perry E. Metzger 6 Jun 17
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Another similar heuristic: if they use the word "crypto" to mean "cryptocurrency".
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matt blaze 6 Jun 17
Replying to @perrymetzger
Oh yes. Definitely that.
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Kevin Kuchta 6 Jun 17
Replying to @mattblaze @qrush
"I have too much free time and money. Maaaaybbee..."
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Jerry Connolly 6 Jun 17
Replying to @TheTarquin @mattblaze
You clearly understand neither the problem nor the blockchain.
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matt blaze 6 Jun 17
Replying to @TheTarquin
Cannot process… shutting down.
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John Ioannidis 6 Jun 17
Is "cryptocurrency" money you hide under the mattress? :)
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Shanty Imuy 6 Jun 17
Replying to @mattblaze
blockchain used a public key infras method too, but its not the answered about the prob
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Kent Borg 6 Jun 17
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I heard blockchain is REALLY big. Like XML!
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Paddy Kerley 7 Jun 17
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I'm developing a HElib based Linux distro. Startup guy yesterday said needs more blockchain... Will help solve my problems
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George Saylor 7 Jun 17
Replying to @mattblaze
It looks that way.
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Zachary Cutlip 7 Jun 17
Not unlike when TPMs first came out. Clients always wanted to know if we were going to “leverage the TPM.”
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Jonathan Bennett 7 Jun 17
Replying to @mattblaze @pdp7
Want to distribute data among devices, and have an immutable record that all can audit. "Maybe blockchain can solve this." Did I pass?
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