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Summary of Tau-Chain Monthly Video Update - July 2020

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Agoras Live: Five functionalities complete: 1. Registration 2. Login 3. User Profile Page 4. Calendar 5. Categories List 6. Wallet Screen Payments: Decided that implementing lightning would be too complex. Instead, we decided to implement our own micropayment mechanism using the native BTC multisig addresses. We are going to use the Omni wallet for payments. TML: Continued debugging, getting a TML demo and test cases ready. Hiring: More hiring efforts to increase team size. Timelines: Committing ourselves to a release of Agoras Live and a basic version of discussions in TML in 2020.
Umar: Been working on making improvements to the context free grammar parsing. We now are able to add constraints to productions in the grammar, allowing us to recognize grammars that are context sensitive. Developed test cases for that, too.
Tomas: Fixed issues in TML and ran several steps in a TML program. Now adding more tests to make sure everything is stable and won’t break. Also been working on a TML tutorial, a recorded script based on the intro to TML which was contained in the TML Playground. Also new features are going to be covered such as arithmetics.
Kilian: More outreach & follow-ups to potential partner universities. Positive response by a professor based in Toronto, presented to him our project. Also, response by KULeuven, Belgium, who unfortunately don’t see a good fit in our project. We’ve had one applicant for the IDNI Grant program and currently are evaluating his proposal. Also, we’ve had an applicant from Bangalore, India for the IDNI Ambassador program and we also have been discussing his proposal. Translation Bounties: We’ve had the blog post “The New Tau” translated to Chinese and have been reviewing the translation. We are going to publish the translation on our website and on the Bitcointalk Chinese forum section. Still to be claimed: German translation of “The New Tau”. Done more effort on reach out to potential tribe channels: Research groups, LinkedIn groups, Facebook groups. Most represented keywords: Complex Adaptive Systems, NLP, Computational Linguistics. Usual feedback: Likes but no further interaction. Created an FAQ answering all possible questions surrounding IDNI, Tau & Agoras Idea: Hosting a virtual panel to spread the word about our project among the scientific community, as well as to create some visual content for our community. Two professors are interested in participating, one from Argentina with a focus in semantic parsing, the other one from the University of Washington with a focus on human-computer interaction and social computing. First step: organizing a pre-panel discussion where in 1on1 calls with the professors we get an opinion of them about what we are doing.
Andrei: Agoras Live: Implemented mail system so users now get their mails (e.g. registration email). Improved UX together with Mo’az, e.g. user profiles. Token creation for accessing calls to identify and charge users. Customized Jitsi interface to suit our needs: E.g. display of how much time passed in a call and how much it costs. Next up: Further improve UX; make sure everything works as intended.
Mo’az: Almost finished the IDNI website. Added two more pages: Events & Bounties in collaboration with Fola & Kilian. Agoras Live: Finetuned all the website’s components in collaboration with Andrei.
Juan: Continued working on the payments system for Agoras Live. Had some delays due to the complexity of debugging such applications. Still, we made significant progress and got the funding transactions implemented over the Lightning network through the Omni layer. Spent time analyzing the minimum amount of BTC to pay for the fees associated to the Omni transactions. We aren’t using segregated witness native addresses and instead are using embedded segregated witness. So transaction sizes are enlarged and transaction fees are a bit higher. So there is a bit of finetuning analysis needed in order to enable the multisig address to pay for the closing & refund transactions. So to provide payment channels over the Omni layer, the main remaining technical detail we have to solve at this point is the closing transaction & the refund transaction.
Fola: Have been continuing to look for great talent in different areas. Continued working on website with Mo’az and Kilian. Been working on the branding for Tau & Agoras. Been getting external support to make sure the branding for Tau & Agoras will be as professional as it can be. Working on marketing efforts needed for the release of Agoras Live to get the media pack for marketing ready. Working together with external people to put a plan together for listing the Agoras token on more prominent exchanges as we get closer to release of Agoras Live.
Ohad: Continued working on restricted versions of second-order logic to understand how to implement them. There is a translation in the literature about how to convert second-order logic by Horn into Datalog. Also, I have been revisiting papers that deal with descriptive complexity of higher-order logic. They mention that they have a translation from second-order logic to QBF. I wasn’t able to find where they explain this translation but I wrote one of them and he said he will send me the paper. If so, that will be very good because we already have a QBF solver. Any binary decision diagram is already a QBF solver, so we can just translate arbitrary second-order logic formulas into QBF. This will be very helpful for us to implement second-order logic. Also, those papers mention several aspects that are relevant for self-interpretation, the laws of laws. Apparently, they suggest that certain fragments of higher-order logic may also support the laws of laws. But this is part of the papers that I didn’t have access to, so I have to wait to get further clarification. I also pushed the whitepaper significantly this month and hope we will be finishing it soon. Also, I was thinking about some optimizations for the parser and also was looking into the Lightning network. It was my mistake that I haven’t done so beforehand and if I had done it beforehand, I would have understood earlier, that Lightning is too much. It is too drastic of a change to how traditional payments work and there apparently is no reason to believe that it is secure. So I’m glad I discovered better now than later that it’s not something we’d like to rely on, although we can have it as an optional feature.
Q&A:
Q: With the project development taking longer than other projects such as Tezos, when can AGRS holders expect something to be released and, how can you reassure us that we made the right decision?
A: With regards to when we see some releases, it seems that we will see some releases in 2020. For comparing to Ethereum and Tezos: Let’s first talk about funding. Both projects had a lot of money. For Ethereum, the reason for is that it has probably done one of the most aggressive marketing campaigns in history. It was completely lacking any kind of honesty. It was simply aggressive. None of Ethereum’s visions and promises became true. It simply became an insecure platform for scams. None of their vision of creating a world computer, of creating a better society, a better currency, became true. Because of this aggressive marketing, they not only raised a lot of money, they also took the price to be so high in the market. If you remember the campaign of the flipping, they did a whole campaign on how they would overtake the marketcap of Bitcoin. For Tezos, they made maybe the largest ICO in history in terms of money, mainly because they came at the right time, at the top of the bubble in 2017, and also their promises for better coordination didn’t come true. Their solution is based on voting and based on Turing completeness and the only reason why they managed to gain such a market cap as of today, is not because they offer better currency, better society, better anything. It basically is a Ponzi-scheme because they offer very high interest rate by very high inflation (5,51%). The only reason why people buy Tezos is to get into this Ponzi-scheme. Because both Tezos and Ethereum lack any true economical or technological substance, their value will not sustain and this is true for almost all projects in the cryptocurrency world. In the software, high-tech market, if you come up with good tech and you do all the right things, you succeed big time. But if you don’t have it and you are purely relying on brainwashing people, it will not sustain. Of course, our solution is so disruptive and sustainable. We offer to do advancements for humanity and for economy.
Q: What three subjects would you first like to see discussed on Tau?
A: Of course, picking three subjects now is a bit speculative, but the first thing that comes to mind is the definitions of what good and bad means and what better and worse means. The second subject is the governance model over Tau. The third one is the specification of Tau itself and how to make it grow and evolve even more to suit wider audiences. The whole point of Tau is people collaborating in order to define Tau itself and to improve it over time, so it will improve up to infinity. This is the main thing, especially initially, that the Tau developers (or rather users) advance the platform more and more.
Q: What is stopping programmers using TML right now? If nothing, what is your opinion on why they aren’t?
A: There is nothing essentially missing in TML in order to let it release. And in fact, we are now working towards packaging it and bringing it towards a release level. For things like documentation, bug fixes, minor features, minor optimizations. We indeed actively work towards releasing TML 1.0 and then we can publish it in e.g. developers channels for them to use it.
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Charity is the best way to show your support for humanity. There are many issues in this world that have to be taken care of. From hunger to natural calamities, there are numerous conditions where we need to try and make a difference. For the betterment of the human race, there are many charitable organizations set up all over the world. These organizations play a very important role in the global development as they reach out to people in the remote areas and try to solve their problems. There are certain charities that target one nation and try to bring a difference in the quality of living among its people, whereas the other organizations work in all countries for different causes. Be it supporting the girl child in India or providing books for Africa, the charitable organizations are doing their best for supplying the necessities of life to people who can’t afford it. Scroll down to have a look at the top 10 charitable organizations that accepting bitcoin donations. You can always support them in their cause by providing whatever little help you can.
"We believe in continually innovating in our work to improve the lives of children worldwide. Accepting bitcoin has allowed us to bring digital and mobile innovation to our donations." Ettore Rosetti, Director of Social Media and Digital Marketing for Save the Children
"The Red Cross is thrilled to partner with BitPay to offer a different way for generous donors to support our humanitarian mission. This gives a new generation of supporters the opportunity to help people in need." Jennifer Niyangoda, Executive Director of Corporate and Foundation Programs for the American Red Cross
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WannaCry ransomware attacks 100 countries. attackers believed to have used the ETERNALBLUE exploit, which was allegedly developed by the NSA

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How Can 21's Business Plan Make Sense?

Now that 21 has revealed their plans concretely, I'm finding it hard to figure out some seemingly obvious gaping flaws in their plan. Adding mining to everything isn't efficient, not even a little bit. Mining requires a specialized data center, it can't be done with a toaster: the amount generated will be insignificantly small.
https://medium.com/@21dotco/a-bitcoin-miner-in-every-device-and-in-every-hand-e315b40f2821
I made a stab at translating their medium post from crazy talk into something that could possibly make sense
Point 1: A new approach to micropayments
21 claims people won't use their credit cards when signing up, so they will use a BitShare chip instead.
How I think this could make sense: think Captchas, not Credit Cards. When you sign up for a site, you have to fill in an annoying captcha, it's a way of ensuring that you aren't abusing the site resources. Bitcoin's hashing concept was originally created as an alternative to this: hashcash, something to make abuse a little bit expensive. So the BitShare chip could act as a way to avoid captchas, or to go old school, to send emails with a little bit of authority that yes, I did some work to send this email and help send a signal to a spam filter it's not spam.
Point 2: Silicon as a service
21 claims that video cards and routers are going to be mining
How I think this could make sense: Imagine a future world in which the race to ASICs is over, the smaller and smaller, more efficient and more efficient war is over. Now it's all about electricity. Although this is not a business model I think is very ethical, companies start selling heavily discounted video cards and routers that make up for their discount by basically taking electricity from the customer. The thing is, people are not all that savvy about upfront payments vs payments on installment. This basically takes the payments on installment business model and moves it from the retail level to the manufacturer level
Point 3: Decentralized authentication
21 claims that you will be able to use embedded private keys to authenticate
How I think this could make sense: the best practice we have at the moment to ensure security is using multiple factor security. Instead of just something you know (your password), you use something you have (2 factor auth token) as well. Of course this is still vulnerable, more factors would be better but even 2 is a pretty frustrating experience of copying numbers etc. Imagine if you created auth tokens based on all your surrounding devices. Like to access your bank account fast checking you need to be at home on your network with your toaster, your fridge, your computer, all your devices co-signing to authenticate you. Even at the smallest level, your phone and your password automatically signing together would provide a lot more security than we currently have with just passwords and the rare user who turns on 2FA.
Point 4: Machine Twitter
21 claims that machines want to tell the world they are pooping
How this could make sense: there's a race on to figure out how to make decentralized databases. Whether it's OpenBaazar or Storj or Ethereum or Namecoin, there's obvious use cases for a key value store that's decentralized. The trouble is no one has yet figured out how to make it work and make it useful yet. BitShare chip could act as a gateway into this future database, where you have a Windows registry in the sky that's controlled by no one and authenticated via BitShare too. So your refrigerator can write to the decentralized database how many eggs you have left and you can check that from your mobile phone, and BitShare chip acts as the key that is needed to avoid people from super spamming this decentralized, standardized global database. Theoretically.
Point 5: Pay for associated services
21 claims that their chip could be used to pay for software as a service
How this could make sense: now almost all of the time the mining the chip is doing is going to be pretty worthless, but some of the time it won't. Imagine if Tesla put in BitShares into their new home battery, where when the battery gets full it can start mining, say if you have a solar panel setup. Now Tesla can offer a service to you, you can subscribe to Tesla Home PRO for free (actually paid with electricity) which has a bunch of cool new software, all you have to do is enable the Tesla BitShare chip.
Point 6: Devices create revenue splits
21 claims that the supply chain can be compensated partially
How this could make sense: this could be basically a restatement of smart contracts, where companies can work together and have a contract guiding their cooperation that needs no legal framework to ensure ongoing cooperation. For example I'm a Sauna designer and I contract out to a Chinese company to manufacture my Saunas. Now I can offer the Chinese company a split of the sales directly, and we don't have to trust each other very much. Plus I can cut the Chinese in on ongoing sales, so they now have an incentive to make a quality product that people continue to use and not just lower quality so they can lower their costs and screw me over.
Point 7: Bitcoin for the developing world
21 claims that poor people can't afford things with high upfront costs so they need the BitShare thing to offset the cost of things. This could make sense if you buy the idea that people will buy lower cost things even though there will ultimately be a higher total cost of ownership, because they are too poor for upfront costs and/or not wise buyers. Like I could sell a slightly cheaper car in India that had some embedded BitShare that was reducing the car's efficiency but sending me coins. It's kind of the idea behind the Google ChromeBooks/Android business model: Google gives away stuff for free/low-cost and then people click on ads to make up the difference.
The thing that trips me up and I'm not sure about is the underlying assumption which is that Bitcoin mining efficiency will plateau and these BitShare chips will actually be somewhat competitive vs the most advanced ASICs going forward. If ASICs blow them out of the water completely, all these points won't work because the hashing is so so difficult that mining bitcoin with these things would become indistinguishable from not mining.
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Crypto News Recap for the week ending August 3rd

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RightMesh AMA Answers

Thank you for your interest in our project and for submitting questions over the past week for our first AMA!
 
Please see below for our answers. Question thread available here. If you would like further clarification on any of the below, please join our Telegram channel to speak directly with the team.
 
The RightMesh Team
 
 
 

I like you guys the most because you're a BCORP with a great purpose, but what does your organization do better than the competition? Thank you.

 
Thank you for your kind words about our B Corp status, it’s something we pride ourselves on at Left and RightMesh! For those who are not familiar, Left, the parent company of RightMesh, is a certified B-Corp and has won numerous awards for community engagement and corporate culture. B Corps are for-profit companies certified by the non-profit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. As a certified B Corp, Left is committed to doing business “right” – for the good of all. There are over 2,400 B Corps in over 50 countries, covering 130 industries. Some notable B Corps include Ben & Jerry’s, Warby Parker, Patagonia, Etsy, Plum Organics, and of course, Left!
 
We believe there are several differentiating factors about RightMesh, spanning from our organization to our technology. These include:
 
 

Culture & Values:

 
Left’s founders, Chris Jensen and John Lyotier, had a dream to create a company built on core values and an anything-is-possible attitude that can make this planet a better place. We have been recognized as the “Best Employer in BC (British Columbia, Canada)” by Small Business BC, and we are a two-time winner of the BC Tech Community Engagement Award. All employees get to participate in our “Dream Program” in which the company supports us to fulfil our personal dreams and ambitions, and we are given unlimited work hours for volunteering in our community.
 

Team Expertise:

 
The RightMesh team consists of over 100 PhDs, Scientists, Developers, Entrepreneurs, Business Strategists and other experts who have in-depth expertise in Mesh technologies, blockchain and building successful businesses.
 
RightMesh has offices in Vancouver, Canada and Khulna, Bangladesh. We also have project contributors and partners working from Zug, Switzerland and Los Angeles, United States.
 
A key differentiating factor is the fact that our team has strong experience in scaling teams which will be extremely important to the success of RightMesh in the future following our TGE.
 

Executive Team Overview

 
John Lyotier, Co-founder and CEO  
Co-Founder & CEO, RightMesh. John is one of the co-founders and is a key contributor to the global strategy, vision, and technology roadmap for RightMesh, its parent company Left, and all its subsidiary brands. John is an entrepreneur and a successful marketer with more than 20 years of experience in promoting, launching, designing, and jumpstarting new businesses and products through innovative marketing concepts. Under his leadership, the parent company, Left, has gained a national reputation as being a “Best Workplace” award winner while being the first back-to-back recipient of the BC Tech Association’s Tech Impact Award for Community Engagement, recognizing the best company in BC for balancing “Work, Life, and Play”. With RightMesh, he is focused on bringing connectivity to the next billion.
 
Chris Jensen, Co-founder and COO  
Chris began his career in the UK working for multinationals and banks and continued in the banking and brokerage industry upon moving to Canada. He has a strong understanding of the finance markets and has lived the pain of raising capital for early stage companies during the beginning stages of growth, from 25 to 80+ employees. He has founded several start-up companies in his career. In his role as CEO for Left and COO at RightMesh, Chris thrives on understanding the big picture and on moving the levers that drive the company forward. This includes financing, strategic partnerships, and corporate development. Chris holds a BSc (Honours) in Economics and History from Queen Mary University of London.
 
Dr. Jason Ernst, CTO and Chief Networking Scientist  
Jason holds a PhD in the field of Mesh Networking and Heterogeneous Wireless Networks as well as a M.Sc. on Scheduling Techniques for Wireless Mesh Networks, both from the Applied Computing faculty at the University of Guelph. An adjunct professor at the University of Guelph, Jason has more than 30 published papers on wireless networks, cognitive agents, FPGAs, and soft-computing topics and has presented his research at international conferences around the world. Jason is the only Canadian member of the ACM Future of Computing Academy and a member of their executive committee. Prior to joining Left, Jason was the CTO of Redtree Robotics, which designed robots that made use of multiple radio technologies to ensure pervasive connectivity to each other and their operators.
 
Dr. David Wang, Applied Research Engineering Scientist  
Dr. Zehua Wang is the Chief Micropayment Scientist at RightMesh. He received Ph.D. degree from the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, Canada. He received his master and bachelor degrees in Computer Engineering and Software Engineering, respectively. He holds a research fellow position in UBC. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed book chapters and papers in topics of mobile ad-hoc networks, blockchain technology, the Internet of Things, and the fifth-generation wireless networks. He has expertise of using optimization and game theories to solve economic problems. He was a recipient of Four-Year-Fellowship and awarded the Graduate Support Initiative Award at UBC. In industry, he has about 10 years experiences of software development. In academia, he served as the technical program committee (TPC) Co-chair of IEEE International Workshop in Smart Multimedia and TPC members in many international conferences, including IEEE ICC, IEEE Globecom, and IEEE VTC, etc. He is a member of IEEE.
 
Saju Abraham, Chief Product Officer  
Saju is a seasoned professional in the realm of mobile and wireless technologies having worked with customers, partners and teams across 19 countries in organizations such as Lucent Technologies, Movius, NEC, OnMobile and Telefónica. His passion for building great products stemmed from his multifaceted experience as a software engineer, architect and product manager, and he currently thrives in bringing multiple cross-functional and cross-cultural teams together to cohesively execute the product strategy for RightMesh. His credentials include a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering and a Postgraduate degree in Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
 
Melissa Quinn, Corporate Development Manager  
Melissa’s passion to empower people to be their best selves is why she has immersed herself in the blockchain, cryptocurrency, and mesh technology world. Heading up Corporate Development for RightMesh, Melissa works closely with the team while constantly seeking Partners, Advisors, and other game changers who are aligned with our vision. She has a BBA from SFU, a background in HR, and a strong desire to put innovative technology at the forefront of doing business as a force for good.
 
Rakib Islam, Co-Founder and CTO of Left  
In his role as CTO, Rakib sets the pace for Left’s application development initiatives, including key recruitment of engineering and mobile technologists. Rakib leads Left Technologies Pty Ltd, Left’s ISO-9000 certified subsidiary in Bangladesh. An active member of BASIS (Bangladesh Association for Software and Information Services), he frequently travels abroad to present an example of the ‘new’ Bangladesh and speak about economic empowerment. Rakib’s credentials include a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and Applications from Pune University, India, as well as being a participant in the US Department of State Professional Fellows Program for Young Entrepreneurs at the University of Oklahoma.
 
Tracy McDonald, Director, Talent & Culture  
With over 10 years working with people to grow their potential, Tracy is passionate about creating dynamic teams that facilitate business growth and positive culture. As an early Lefty, she was instrumental in scaling up the team to over 80 people, without losing the culture that makes Left special and unique. Tracy’s coaching and development work with the Lefties has been recognized with many awards including “Best Workplace in BC” and Community Engagement Winner from the BC Tech Association. Her dedication to making Left a premier workplace, was further recognized when Left became a certified B Corporation. Tracy’s belief in the potential of people allows her to lead with compassion, integrity, and trust. She earned her Bachelor of Science from Simon Fraser University.
 
Dana Harvey, Chief Communications Officer  
Dana harnesses the power of words and technology to engage audiences and compel them to action. As a communications professional with 25+ years’ experience in global markets, Dana combines strong strategic skills with out-of-the-box thinking and the unique ability to craft omnichannel content that resonates and inspires. She has helped large corporations like Nortel, Motorola and IBM develop new markets, managed an international advertising agency, and guided multiple businesses to success through her own communications consultancy. Dana is also an experienced public speaker, passionate about sharing her knowledge and motivating audiences. As an advocate for the full participation of women in all communities, she is especially interested in exploring the positive social and economic impacts RightMesh will bring to women in developing nations and around the world. Dana is co-founder of the Women’s Collaborative Hub, an organization that empowers youth and women from diverse backgrounds. Her credentials include a BA (Honours) in Communications and a Post Baccalaureate Masters (Dean’s List) in Asian Management.
 
Alyse Killeen, Executive Strategist  
Alyse is Managing Partner of StillMark Co. and StillMark Capital, and is one of the very first traditional venture investors to participate as an investor and advisor in the blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystems. In 2015, the UN Foundation named her a Top 70 Bay Area Digital Leader, and in 2016, Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), a university under the ambit of Singapore’s national Ministry of Education, appointed Alyse as a Fintech Fellow. In 2017, International Business Times (IBT) recognized Alyse’s contribution to the development of the blockchain ecosystem by including her in the 4th position of IBT’s “VCs Powering the Blockchain Boom” List, following Tim Draper, Mark Cuban, and Naval Ravikant of AngelList and MetaStable. Alyse has presented internationally, been featured in many reputable publications, authored a book chapter in the award-winning Handbook of Digital Currency titled “The Confluence of Bitcoin and the Global Sharing Economy”, and in 2017 contributed to the next book in the series, Handbook of Blockchain, Digital Finance, and Inclusion (2017), co-authoring “Global Financial Institutions 2.0” with Dr. R. Chan of the World Bank. In her role as Executive Strategist, Alyse consults with the executive team, including on the development of the team’s network within the blockchain community and introduction to ecosystem leaders.
 

Our Advisors:

 
Our advisory team consists of advisors who believe in the long lasting success of the project. They have been carefully selected to help built RightMesh over multiple years of operation and are not involved solely for the token generation event.
 
Our advisors include:
 
 

Academic Research:

 
Academic research has been core to the design and development of RightMesh thus far, and will continue to be a key driver for us in the future. RightMesh works closely with Universities on academic research on mesh networks, blockchain technology, and payment channels. We are working on research with the University of British Columbia on density simulation and payment channel development. Since early 2017, we’ve been conducting research on mesh networks and connectivity in Arctic / remote regions with:
 
 
We've received grants from NSERC, MITACS and CIRA to support pilot programs thus far and are submitting a MITACS cluster grant to support over 100 graduate student units over the next 3-5 years. This research covers everything from how to design relevant mesh apps in the communities the mesh is operating in, to performance evaluation of the network protocols, to scalability of micropayment channels.
 

Technology:

 
It is also important how the mesh is designed for scalability reasons. Most mesh networking solutions are built around a store and forward and broadcast mechanism. This mechanism is not scalable and congests the network causing complete breakdown of the network. Even a small amount of devices can quickly cause exponential traffic resulting in extremely high delay and low effective throughput for apps running on broadcast protocols. In the RightMesh network, devices directly communicate with another device, and make smart routing decisions along the way.
 
RightMesh implements autonomous role topology/mesh creation layer - which means devices in the RightMesh network will autonomously detect each other and connect - user intervention in the network role is minimized .
 

Other key tech differentiators include:

 
We don't broadcast data. We compute a route between devices. Our protocol was built to use multiple paths (most use a single path and have long recovery times on a broken connection). The RightMesh network protocols can failover, or use multiple paths at the same time. RightMesh doesn't require the phone to be rooted. RightMesh doesn't require extra hardware. RightMesh can share existing Wi-Fi or Cellular Data, many others can only share Cellular Data.
 
 

Partners & Affiliations:

 
 
Answer provided by the RightMesh Team
 
 

Hello, First, congratulations on the big idea! I'm definitely a supporter. (1/2) My question is how far are you into testing your mesh network?

 
Thank you! We’ve spent the last 1.5 years or so building the protocol stack from the ground up, and so most of the testing that has been done has been around testing the functionality of the stack - including node discovery, single-hop and multi-hop communication, multi-path routing, forming mesh networks with heterogeneous wireless links, and app integration.
 
And over time, we steadily have been improving our end-to-end reliable communications protocol. The protocol originally achieved somewhere on the order of a few kbps when we first started because we did e2e acks on every packet. We have since moved to sliding window and selective ack mechanism which has allowed the performance to climb closer to the Mbps range. However, we still have more work to do in order to achieve the theoretical maximums of the individual links (and even faster if combining links).
 
In terms of testing of the scale of a RightMesh network, we've tested with up to 10 hops on a single path, but can likely support more. Right now the largest offline mesh we've had is 30 devices, limited only by the number of devices we had available at that moment in time.
 
Building a performance evaluation framework is one of our next immediate and important tasks, where we can evaluate the performance of the network under various test conditions - for example how the network behaves based on density, and how does the number of hops impact the response time and data that flows through the network.
 

(2/2) Can I assume I'll only be able to participate if I'm in the surrounding locations? For example: Someone in Indonesia is using RightMesh to try and connect to the internet. Is there a possibility for me to help them if I live in a different country? Thank you and keep up the good work.

 
To be a participant in a RightMesh network, you will have to be in close vicinity with another RightMesh powered node (smartphone) in order to be connected to a network. However, it will be possible for community members to operate devices that provide a “superpeer” layer. These would be fixed nodes with stable, reliable, and ideally fast internet connections. They would provide relaying between different geographically separate meshes - for instance between two neighbourhoods that are too far apart for one mesh to cover them both. They would be required to provide tokens in order to facilitate the channels that need to be made between the buyers and sellers. This would allow them to charge a fee for having their tokens locked up in the channels.
 
We will also open source the superpeer, so people will be able to work off our reference superpeer implementation and build their own custom superpeers. This would let them control the strategy the superpeer uses to allocate tokens into channels. We expect to have a release of the superpeer which supports payment channels by next week. At this point in time the solution is proof-of-concept stage, but some testing has been done to support two meshes communicating with each other through a superpeer where the data seller in each mesh is compensated by buyers in each mesh.
 
Answers provided by Dr. Jason Ernst, CTO and Chief Networking Scientist & Saju Abraham, Chief Product Officer
 
 

What do you see as the biggest challenge with taking your technology to market and hitting your usegrowth targets?

 
Density is the biggest challenge of mesh technologies, and one of the reasons why token economies are required to incentivize users to share their signal when it is available.
 
We are looking to bring in users into the RightMesh ecosystem through the work they do in the network, and provide them economic incentives that will encourage further action. What defines work? Being a part of a relay node in the network for instance - that reduces barriers to entry. Or incentivizing users for taking actions in the app or to consume content such as ads. The more opportunities there are for users to earn, the more people that will join, the more developers that will join the ecosystem, leading to more opportunities, and the network effects loop should grow stronger.
 
Answer provided by Saju Abraham, Chief Product Officer & Aldrin D’souza, Product Manager
 
 

(1/3) What is the theoretical maximum mesh size?

 
There isn't really a theoretical limit. We don't have any hard caps on devices in our code, however locally there may be limitations from individual phones. For instance, I've seen some phones in hotspot mode which only support 6 clients connected to it. On other phones sometimes, as few as 3-4 BT connections. So there are some constraints on the topology and the maximum number of connections one device may have, but it is limited more by the devices, the chipset and Android, rather than our software. We can also get around some of these limitations still using our switching technology, however, this will have a noticeable impact on delay.
 

(2/3) Does the transfer rate for users slow as the mesh size increases?

 
This is less a function of the number of users, or devices, and more a function of the demand on the network. A network with many devices and few users actually requesting traffic may perform better than a small network where all of the users are requesting lots of traffic. There is some overhead in the protocol to maintain the connectivity of devices, however this will be minimal in impact compared to the load of traffic from all of the devices. It also depends on where the traffic is going. If it internal to the mesh it may be possible with a dense mesh that RightMesh could support high throughput internally. The bottlenecks would likely occur in cases where there is lots of traffic which requires the Internet, and there are too few people willing to sell or donate Internet data into the network. Compared to other meshes howevever because RightMesh can support multiple paths, we can split the load across all available Internet connections rather than doing something more naiive like rely only on the closest one, for example.
 

(3/3) How do you plan to test a large scale mesh prior to launch?

 
There is lots that we can do with simulation, or combining simulations with some real devices. We also have a large team in Bangladesh that can help support field tests in some very different environment that we are used to in Vancouver.
 
Further, we are working with researchers at UBC and Guelph so that graduate students can apply some of the latest research methods in simulation and performance evaluation to RightMesh. (I myself have a PhD that relied heavily in this area, and we have several other PhDs on the team who can provide expertise to graduate students in this area. We are also working with some other top researchers in this area who will help in ensure we are straining and breaking the network as much as possible before launch).
 
To be more specific, it will be a combination of stressing various components of the system one at a time, along with tests that stress all of the components at once. We are also building software that can automate various scenarios to test how the phones and the library can handle different topologies and connectivity. Before we consider it ready for launch however, we'll need some wide scale tests with real devices and real traffic. This will likely happen by working with friendly partners who believe in the benefits of what the mesh can provide in very localized applications (think a train schedule app in a crowded city for example). This will inevetiably result in parts of the protocol breaking, which will iteratively repair.
 
Once we are satisfied that the network as a whole can maintain stability, tokens properly account for the data being used (verified on the public testnets), and that users of these early partner apps are having a good user experience, we will deploy to the public network.
 
Answers provided by Dr. Jason Ernst, CTO and Chief Networking Scientist
 
 

Have you had direct interest from large enterprise clients wishing to use the mesh technology in their apps/content strategy as yet, or are you having to reach out to them to generate interest?

 
Yes, RightMesh has been receiving direct inquiries from major corporations and organizations every day. These companies are largely interested in reaching emerging markets and regions where connectivity is an issue, and has been inaccessible until now. Mesh technology, being so new, will enable new types of applications to emerge that have not previously been possible, so proof of concepts for both RightMesh and partners will be a key focus. We’re actively in discussion with companies who are interested in integrating RightMesh into mobile applications, dApps, IoT devices and other hardware products to develop pilot projects.
 
In addition to these inbound inquiries, we have an outbound strategy as well, where we’ve identified key verticals that would benefit from mesh enabled applications. In the near term, over the next year while we harden the RightMesh protocol, we plan to focus on working with partners who provide services like emergency communications, distance education, medical services, and messaging applications, to name a few.
 
We see the need to work with a variety of different types of partners from international NGOs to brand names in order to test various use cases (ex. emergency medical alerts or content distribution from content providers). Our partnership strategy will evolve over time as our protocol matures.
 
We will publish announcements as per our effective disclosure policy once anything is material.
 
If your organization is interested in discussing a partnership or collaboration with RightMesh, we'd love to hear from you! Please email us at [email protected].
 
Answer provided by Brianna MacNeil, Product Manager, Blockchain
 
 

First let me say this product is revolutionary, I know if availability is solved there is no reason not to use this. My question is regarding your choice of an erc20 token, wasn't it more suitable to choose something like IOTA for constant payment of internet access? Are you planning for the payments to be made every second per MB consumed or something like that? Thanks

 

Related question: How exactly to you intend to use microtransactions considering high Tx fees from the Ethereum network?

 
Thank you very much for your feedback!
 
First, for context, let’s explain why and how RightMesh is using blockchain technology. Firstly, the protocol is integrated with Ethereum to uniquely identify each node (smartphone/device) in the mesh network by assigning it a MeshID in a similar way that a MAC address is assigned an IP address. Secondly, participation in the network is incentivized through an ERC20 token, called RMESH, and the network uses a custom implementation of µRaiden to allow for micropayments of micro amounts of data in the network.
 
We are supporters of Ethereum and its strong development community. Scalability and reducing transaction fees are two of the biggest challenges that the Ethereum community is working on now. But, while that is happening, we have also been looking at our own protocol design to minimize the need of Ethereum transactions and tackle the problem of scalability.
 
Every microtransaction that occurs on a RightMesh network does not need to be secured on the blockchain - that is vastly inefficient. That’s why we’ve been relying on a payment channel design based on µRaiden that allow micro transactions to occur in the network between nodes without transaction fees, and not being dependant on the blockchain for every transaction. We think this has to be a joint community effort, and so we’ve published the work we’ve done in porting the µRaiden libraries to Java to be used in our Android libraries.
 
We also believe that being a part of the Ethereum community also means contributing to it and helping it to move forward.
 
We hope that the work we have been doing on µRaiden and porting the libraries to other languages - specifically Java so it could be used in Android applications - will benefit other projects who plan to use the Ethereum network for microtransactions: https://github.com/RightMesh/microraiden-java
 
Answer provided by Saju Abraham, Chief Product Officer
 
 

If Google/Alphabet succeed with Project Loon, will this damage RightMesh's market?

 
If Google’s Project Loon succeeds, it would be a win for everyone and the planet. The same goes for the SpaceX satellite initiatives, the OneWeb project, Facebook’s global internet initiatives, 5G networks, and the success of other mesh networking technologies in the blockchain space.
 
We each share the goal of bringing connectivity to the nearly 4 billion people who do not have access to internet and connectivity. At the end of the day, we, RightMesh, aim to lift millions out of poverty by providing them with access to the societal and economic benefits afforded by the internet and access to information. This is not something that can be solved by one entity. It will take the combination of different solutions and approaches to make this a reality.
 
One major strength of RightMesh is that we can solve last mile connectivity, which is incidentally complementary to many other projects in the space. There is a good opportunity for us to potentially collaborate with some forward-thinking wireless companies, MVNOs, and corporations working on global connectivity projects, to provide last mile delivery.
 
Answer provided by John Lyotier, CEO & Brianna MacNeil, Product Manager, Blockchain
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Why would an average person actually choose to use Bitcoin?

(Cross post from https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=131154.0) That is a question that I come across quite often. For example,
From: Cardiovorax
I understand all the ideological reasons for why someone might want to choose Bitcoin. Most of them are fairly crazy, but at least they're there. What I don't get are the practical benefits, why an average person would actually choose to use them. If you aren't worried about the government or the banks or planning to get rich quickly 2140, then what can Bitcoin actually do for you? That's the part that nobody has really managed to explain so far in any of the threads, at least as far as I can remember.
To be fair, we understand the currency, it's inner workings, and thus its potential quite well, but while we profess how great it is, with $'s and stars in our eyes, we likely forget that the people we are talking to don't know or understand everything that we do. So, I think we should come up with some examples that answer the question of "why would an average person care" (or re-paste them from older necro threads). Here are some of mine:
1) It lets you send money overseas cheaper than using a bank wire (FIAT > BTC > BTC > FIAT has way better fees and exchange rates than bank wire, Western Union, etc).
2) It lets anyone open a virtual bank account without needing access to a physical bank. For example, some banks charge fees and require minimum balances for accounts, which may be prohibitively expensive. Some areas around the world don't even have banks other than in far away big cities. And in some cases, it's easier to just create a new Bitcoin wallet to store money in, than it is to drive down to a bank, fill out forms, come up with profs of ID, wait days for them to be verified, and another week for your account to actually be ready to use (especially if you're looking for a small business account).
3) It lets you accept payments online easily and way cheaper than with VISA, PayPal, or other such services. Heck, you can even just get a bitcoin address from MtGox or any other exchange, set up your account to instantly exchange any received BTC for local currency, and you're done.
4) It lets you accept payments over e-mail or any other service that can transmit text (even photos, as seen on girlsgonebitcoin). Some sellers may not have the means to build a website, but can still send out an invoice, asking to send payments to a specific address. (i.e. someone living in a poor country who only has access to an internet cafe, or someone who just doesn't have web skills).
5) It lets you accept tips or donations using any website. You can upload videos to YouTube, photos to Flickr, posts to a blog, music to Soundcloud, art to Deviantart, or comic strips to GoComics, and to accept donations all you need is to include a string of text in the description. No need to set up any money-accepting plugins, set up any bank or financial accounts, or rely on features provided by the service being used.
6) It lets you send money to places where PalPal or other money transmitting services are blocked, for example Russia or India, and is much cheaper for sending money to family in other countries. Even if that country they can't send money to is US, as in the example of the parents in Iran sending $2,000 to their college student son living here.
7) It lets you send huge sums of money overseas quickly and cheaply. If you were in US and you needed to pay $1,000,000 for a shipment from China, using normal methods of wiring money would take two or more weeks, and will cost more than $25,000 for the transaction. With Bitcoin, it takes a few hours, and costs $12,000 or less.
8) It lets you send micropayments better than anything else out there. It's easy and practically free to send $0.01 to anyone else using BTC, but would cost about $0.25 for just the fee to use the USD/EUR system. Any micropayment system that uses USD/EUR would have to sit on top of a larger system that stores all the money in a single large account, and all micropayments would have to be done as accounting entries within that account, instead of money actually moving around (i.e. you have to fund the system with a large payment, do your micropayment transactions, and withdraw when your fund is big enough again). This means micropayments using USD/EUR are restricted to only within specific services (i.e. your pre-paid micropayments fund that you use to pay for news articles can only be used within that news website)
9) It lets you create programs and services with their own bank accounts (the software stores value, as opposed to value always being linked to a real world person and a real world outside-the-service bank account). The Reddit tipbot is an excellent example of this, and would be impossible with USD/EUR, since to build it using FIAT, someone would have to open a real world bank account under their name (with all the forms, proofs of ID, etc), set it up to accept money transfers from others using PayPal, VISA, or something else, which will charge fees, have nasty exchange rates, have to keep to strict AML regulations, and be restricted to certain specific countries. Plus it would have all the micropayment issues mentioned above. With Bitcoin, all the "banking" is done with software, requiring no permissions, and no single programmer's name has to be linked with any bank accounts.
10) It lets you instantly fund USD/EUR based accounts around the world. The small LLC I started up keeps a BTC cash account for minor business expenses, and my business partners around the world will have Bitcoin funded VISA debit cards (as soon as Bitinstant releases them). That way, all the money is stored safely in the business vault, and if they need to pay for any business expenses, no matter where they are on the planet, or what their home currency is, I can fund their cards from home within 10 minutes. That's impossible with ACH, wires, or whatever else is out there.
11) It lets you link a payment account to a contract using address signing. For example, Person A agrees to buy Person B's debt. They write up an agreement contract, and instead of signing it with PGP keys, they sign it with A's and B's bitcoin addresses. Then money is sent from Address A to Address B, and any repayments are sent from Address B to Address A. That way, Person B can't claim that they never received the money, and Person A can't claim that they are still owed more than they really are, since all transactions are publicly verifiable on the block chain using the very addresses that were used to sign the contract. There is no need for any legal disputes of who owes what, since the blockchain keeps both parties honest (I actually did this already).
If you can think of anything else, please add it to the list.
EDIT: 12) Usenet has recently gone through the Wikileaks experience, with copyright behemoths pressuring VISA, PayPal, et all, to stop processing payments for Usenet service providers. Many have switched to Bitcoin since then, and I personally know Usener user who followed, now buying his btc from me for that purpose.
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The upcoming decentralization of the global economy

I foresee a new revolution, a "third wave" as predicted by Alvin Toffler, that will be caused by information technology.
The third wave will result in the destruction of large multinational corporations, their replacement by decentralized industry, and an end in reliance on large scale technological systems. It will bring to an end the type of centralized systems that none of us desire, but all of us depend upon.
I believe that technology of the past 200 years has led to a centralization of power, but the technologies that are currently arising are opposite in nature, and allow individuals to empower themselves at the cost of centralized institutions. The economies of scale that once gave rise to multinational corporations are coming to an end due to the depletion of most resources, which increasingly requires of us to repair our products, and to recycle our waste. Similarly, the decentralization of knowledge brings to an end the information monopoly of large institutions.
I encourage you all to read the above link, and give me your thoughts. My belief is that the coming decades will see an increase in self employment, and a reduction in human reliance on salaried labor for giant multinational corporations.
I wish to explain how I see this happening in a short overview below:
-Peer to peer filesharing has made the business model of the conventional entertainment industry unsustainable. We no longer pay a massive corporation for a video game, we download these games instead. What we do these days is pay small developers to continue to improve a product that we enjoy. An example of the future is the success of Dwarf Fortress, which relies on donations to continue its ongoing development. Computer games of the future will be heavily modded, and similarly to Dwarf Fortress business structure, users will pay modders to continue their development of a product that they enjoy. This will be done through anonymous micropayment systems such as Bitcoin, which allows a modder who is violating copyright laws by receiving payment for his work to remain anonymous. People will demand to have control over their video games, which means that computers will win in the long run.
-Big agriculture is in big trouble. Cruelty-free in vitro meat will become available soon, and it will eventually be cheaper than growing an entire animal. After all, we will only grow the tissues that we eat, which are muscle tissues. Better yet is the fact that in vitro meat will eventually be available for us to grow in our own homes in Petri dishes. There will be no need to visit the supermarket to buy meat, we will develop it ourselves.
-Rising oil and phosphorus prices makes conventional large scale agriculture increasingly unsustainable and expensive. We will replace this with farmer's markets and small scale permaculture systems. We will grow mushrooms in our own homes, and the grass lawns of suburbia will instead be used to grow food crops.
-Education is currently in a bubble, brought on by artificial government subsidies. The education bubble will pop, and be replaced by a variety of certificates that people receive through online tests. People's education will grow to be more specific, and as a result, people will spend less time in education.
-The power grid will become increasingly decentralized, and people will increasingly generate a major portion of their own energy through solar panels, wind power and the burning of waste material. The scale advantages of oil, coal and natural gas are slowly coming to an end. Human physical exercise will also likely be used to power our electronic devices.
-The stabilization of the developed world's population, and the shift to working at home, rather than in offices, will lead to a decline in demand for office space, which will be squatted, and lead to a permanent decline in housing prices. Housing prices can only be kept artificially high under conditions of rising populations.
-The rise of cryptocurrency will make it increasingly difficult for governments to tax people, and therefore the budget of government will shrink. It will be easier for governments to tax large corporations whose business activity is visible for all, than to tax individuals who grow mushrooms or repair products for friends and neighbors. The role of government will increasingly be reduced to enforcing the bare essential tasks.
-The transition of consumer media to the Internet and the growing popularity of spamblockers will eventually mean the downfall of the advertising industry. Advertising can not be sustained in a world where people can block out any ads. This end of advertising will also lead to a cultural shift, where people lose interest in brand items and popular artists.
The end of economies of scale
The economic advantages enjoyed by large scale organizations visible in today's society are dependent upon the following factors:
-The availability of cheap instantaneous and low cost methods of communication. This allowed us to centralize decision-making, thereby reducing the autonomy of individual employees and bringing to an end self-employed tradesmen. As an example, fewer journalists are necessary when information can be easily communicated. This was the factor that led to the centralization of our global economy, but it is not enough by itself to maintain the degree of centralization that is visible today.
-The ability to retrieve natural resources from the environment through large scale projects. You can't retrieve oil, gas and coal from the ground by yourself. Similarly, it's possible to retrieve Guano with a small team, as this consists of mostly phosphorus, but not rock phosphate, as this requires a complex process of purification to retrieve the phosphorus. Our ability to retrieve natural resources from the environment through large scale projects is now coming to an end. We depend upon reusing the metals and other resources we already maintain in our possession.
-The ability to cheaply transport resources from one place to another. This is coming to an end, due to the continually increasing cost of oil. The end of our ability to cheaply transport resources requires us to produce more products locally. It will be increasingly prohibitively expensive to export manual labor to countries like India and fly the finished product to an American supermarket.
-The ability to keep a secret. The Internet has ended our ability to keep information secret. Many large business concepts depend upon the ability to keep a secret, which has come to an end. Information today is publicly accessible to us at any moment.
With three of the four above factors gone, current centralized business structures are bound to die this century. The Post-Industrial revolution will be the answer to the Industrial revolution, and will lead to most of us winning back our roles as artisans and farmers.
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Development Update: ATMChain Development News Collection (October)

ATMChain Protocol development update
October 9th
Github open source community created at: https://github.com/ATMChain
Twitter account for developers created at: https://twitter.com/ATMChainDev
October 10th
ATM token smart contract source code uploaded to github Implementation requirement on multi-party value distribution discussed with DECENT
October 11th
Discussion on monthly plan of ATM protocol layer development
October 12th
Implementation on ATM smart contract automation test platform
October 13th
Review of ATM smart contract automation test platform ATM smart contract automation test source code uploaded to github
October 15th
Technical discussion with ATM Swiss community
October 16th
Design of ATM micropayment solution
Design of ATM media file distribution solution
October 18th
ATM monthly vesting execution and data check
October 19th
Assessment and brainstorming on Raiden Network development status
October 20th
Discussion on ATMChain explorer development plan
October 23rd
Integration of micro-Raiden to ATMChain
October 24th
Technical preparation for listing ATM on exchanges
Design of ATM media file distribution solution
October 25th
Study on smart contract built on plasma platform
Integration of micro-Raiden to ATMChain
October 27th
Finish integration of micro-Raiden to ATMChain
Assessment on micro-Raiden test data and future limitations
October 30th
Forecast on ATM evolution roadmap:
Mid-term, interoperability with service chain and token chain Long term, new media economy based on multi-chain interconnection and unified ATM cryptocurrency
October 31st
Top down architecture design and key technology research of ATM long term roadmap
Enterprise application development update
October 8th
CunChain project team received the customer visit of D-SHORE Information technology CO.,LTD. About the demand of agricultural products traceability, CunChain team provided the technology solution based on CunChain Proof of existence platform and IOT technology.
October 9th
The CunChain project team output the 《Construction scheme of rural comprehensive property rights trading platform in Shunyi District”》document.
On the basis of the CunChain PoE platform, through the smart contract, it supports the transaction into the blockchain ,traceability, non tampering, document PoE and other requirements of the land rights trading platform.
October 13th
The function list of CunChain’s new iteration which is called “Gemini” is completed, as the input of the Gemini iteration ,it will support fabric block chain, support the state cipher algorithms and provide better user experience.
October 15th
Complete the internal review and finalization of the document 《Construction scheme of rural comprehensive property rights trading platform in Shunyi District》.
The document will beused for the project negotiations.
October 16th
Swiss Telecom medicine traceability needs and solutions discussion.The demand will be developed based on the CunChain PoE platform.The CunChain project team began to analyzhe the demand and output the scheme.
October 17th
The key technical points of 《Construction scheme of rural comprehensive property rights trading platform in Shunyi District》 are detailed analysis, and we plan to develope a demo version, both as a project pre research, and easy to follow similar block chain based certificat transaction circulation project’s effect display and exchange.
October 18th 《Swiss Telecom medicine traceability scheme》’s refinement and output, Sorting out specific Use Cases,as well as the key business processes, after internal review, it will be used for the scheme communication with Swiss Telecom customes.
October 19th
Begin to translate the 《Swiss Telecom medicine traceability scheme》doc to English to prepare for the visit and communication of Swiss Telecom clients.
October 20th
About 《Swiss Telecom medicine traceability scheme》, we discussed the scope of the prototype, the prototype design and the project plan. We planed to develop one demo program next week for the Swiss Telecom client to visit to ensure the communication effect.
October 23th
We start the Medicine traceability Demo project.
October 24th
For the Medicine traceability Demo project, we finished the development of Scan Code and the UI design of PC client and Mobile.
October 26th
For the Medicine traceability Demo project, we finish the code of PC client、 mobile、backend、blockchain。
October 27th
For the Medicine traceability Demo project, we started to do the integrated test.
October 30th
1.The function list and project plan of the CunChain’s new iteration “Gemini” are finished, we will start it on November 1st.
2.For the Medicine traceability Demo project, we continued to do the integrated test and bug fix.
October 31th
We finished the integrated test and bug fix of the Medicine traceability Demo project.The demo functions are complete and available which can demonstrathe scan code of the medicine’s delivery, storage, sale,traceability record information into the block chain,mobile phone scnanning code tracing source, tracing medicine circulation records, etc..
ATMChain Global operation update
The ATMChain Foundation has been involved in a large number of activities and project resources docking in the past October.
First two weeks(Oct.1-Oct.13)
This month with the international community of Norway, Japan, Malaysia, Britain and other countries of the community leaders from time to time to determine the possible docking in November summit. It is now clear that in mid-November we will attend the Norwegian Innovation Week Summit and the UK Local Leaders Summit. Specific schedule negotiations, please keep an eye on ATMChain official website and various international community social tools.
Middle of Month(Oct.14-20) The ATMChain Foundation has been involved in a large number of activities and project resources docking in the past October.
we are pleased to announce that this month, the ATMChain community was invited to the China-France Electric Merchants Summit, at the summit ATMChain chairman Usama conducted a speech on the theme of ATMChain. Usama also improved understanding of ATMChain in the French community and docked the electricity industry application of the relevant resources landing.
Rest of Month(Oct.21-31) Swiss Telecom, a key partner in the Swiss community, ATMChain has done a lot of programs and technical docking which provided a solid foundation for both of us following collaboration. We believe that we could trigger more sparks next month.
Technical strategy partner Decent also done a lot of docking work this month, especially in the introduction of the latest public chain version of ATMChain consider the cooperation of the docking program. We are looking forward to this matter at the next Decent meeting.
Finally, thanks to all the support of ATMChain enthusiasts around the world, you are our biggest driving force.
ATMChain The Exchange update
With the help of the European community, the Nordic community, the Asian community and the Korean community and the relevant person in charge, the number of ATMs currently listing is now more than ten which surpassed our expectations this month. The following is the specific situation of the ATM list exchange.
1.RFinex (community partner exchange) RFinex is the digital currency exchange that our partner RFintech introduced. We are very pleased in the ATMChain which has its own strength to build our ATMChain ecology with our partners .Indispensable part of the exchange. According to the ecological panorama of the intellectual chain, we can see that the economic model put forward by the exchange in the intellectual chain plays a vital role, Thanks to our Swiss partner RFintech for providing such an important build, thank them.
2.HitBTC (the top 6 in the global exchange)
We are delighted that HitBTC, as one of our very important partner which has a full range of cooperation as the Nordic First Digital Currency Exchange, both in terms of transaction support, currency issuance, information sharing and community building. Thanks to the world's leading exchange HitBTC as our trading partners to join the intellectual chain chain ecology, but also thanks to the Christian chain of the Nordic community to make contributions.
3.EYA LABS (Community Partner Exchange) EYA LABS as a well-known Korean digital exchange was promoted by our South Korean community leaders Mr. Cui who have the Korean community fans . Cui also push the collaborate with EYA LABS of South Korea's well-known digital currency exchange further.
There is no rose-like gorgeous modifier but honest and frank and constantly enrich and develop, and now the most perfect posture in Korea to gorgeous flags.
EYA LABS In the Korean community's ATMChain would make a great contribution in three years. Thanks to the fan of ATMChain Korean community communities.
4.LiveCoin (the top 30 of the global exchange)
Livecoin is a modern encrypted currency trading platform that provides you with a comfortable, practical and profitable encrypted currency trading platform. The exchange is the ATMChain European communities via the introduction, after a brief communication, in understanding the strong global ATMChain ,LiveCoin decided to the fastest on listing ATM. For the ATMChain Eastern European community, the Russian community enthusiasts , Livecoin provided a convenient and convenient trading channel and also could create the core of the global economic environment to lay a solid foundation. Thank you for the ATMChain Eastern European communities for bring well-known channels, thank you.
  1. Yobit (the top 20 of the global exchange)
Yobit as a well-known platform to exchange encrypted currency platform, Yobit.net in the market play a role in the collection of market participants. Its as the world's top 20 heat to Russia, India, French ATMChain community enthusiasts to make a positive recommendation. The ATMChain responded positively to the community's voice, and finally succeeded in communicating and listing on Yobit. Thanks to the ATMChain European and South Asian communities for your good advice and suggestions.
6.Etherdelta (the top 30 of the global exchange)
As the well-known to the Center Square to the central exchange, whether it is Twitter or facebook have a lot of ATMChain community enthusiasts to do a positive recommendation. The ATMChain Foundation has responded to these voices with the fastest speed to list ATM. At the same time, the Etherdelta exchange is also popular with community enthusiasts, so far contributed a lot of trading volume. thank you.
7.RBEX (Community Partner Exchange)
Recol Bitcoin Exchange, as part of the R fintech Group, its OTC trading offers more trading options. Thanks the RFintech Group again for providing projects and technical.
8.Mercatox(the top 80 in the global exchange)
Our partner mercatox would like to present universal market platform mercatox.com. It is a unique creation in the world of digital money, based on multi-language platform. It combines automated trading, payment service, Peer-to-Peer sharing based on "smart contracts" and many other features. We are planning to provide not just a service with different abilities, but create a new financial market in the digital world.We are happy to collaborate with Mercatox for ATM/ETH, ATM/BTC trade.
9.DECENTREX(the top 100 in the global exchange)
Decentralized exchange for Tokens and Ethereum cryptocurrency. Open source, based on public Ethereum smart contract, with no registration, no limits and no barriers. Decentralized P2P blockchain trading right in your browser, on any OS and device. ATMChain is happy to collaborate with DWCENTREX for listing ATM.
10.Openledger (the top 100 in the global exchange)
Thanks to Belarusian community enthusiast Yukhniuk who helped us contact Openledger.info and was very active in promoting the process of our ATM listing. Thanks for her free time on weekends.We believe that Openledger will be able to help the Eastern European community and even the world of intellectual media chain ATM enthusiasts. Thanks to Yukhniuk.
11.C-CEX (the top 60 in the global exchange) C-CEX exchange has an active community who share tips and information in our chat box. After ATMChain enthusiasts recommended , we had contacted C-CEX with their help and reached a consensus on listing ATM. After the end of the coin listing queue ,will be list ATM. Hope that C-CEX can bring more supporters and strength to our global ecological construction.
The above ten exchange that the Foundation had now cooperated and list ATM. After communicating with the above exchange partners, we decided to open a lot of transactions that had already been supported on Sunday. Before that the Foundation will launch a staff to test the tokens trading for ensuring that ATMChain community enthusiasts in a safe and fast trading environment for ATM transactions. In addition, ATMChain will continue to follow the recommendations and recommendations of community enthusiasts, in November and December to seek the world's relatively well-known exchanges to continue list on ATM. Ultimately, further improve the mobility of the entire ATMChain ecology.
ATMChain 58wallet development update
October 11th
For the 1.0.0 version, we fixed some bugs, UI adjustment, optimize the user experience.
October 12th
The technical details of the Bitcoin system are analyzed
October 13th
Sort out the micro-service architecture, clear the service function boundaries.
October 14th
Release 1.1.0 version, add English language support, and fix some BUG.
The technical details of Zcash and other systems are analyzed.
Design the new architecture solution for the solution
October 16th
Study the issue of bitcoin hard fork, identify the risk range.
Finishing BTC wallet flow chart, timing diagram.
October 17th
The next stage of demand feasibility analysis.
New version of mobile infrastructure discussion.
Bitcoin wallet technology program confirmation.
October 18th
We improved our system to analysis the transaction called from a contract. And we can discover new assets automatically now.
October 19th
determine mobile-side infrastructure solution, write documents.
October 20th
Fit the new UI style.
October 21
Message push technical program confirmation Litecoin, Ripple, Monero and other currency technology research
October 23rd
BTC wallet creation, import, export and other functions
October 25th
Tokens automatic discovery APIs.
Mobile-side integrated message push function.
October 26th
Zcash, Litecoin and other currency technology research
October 30th
BTC wallet transfer, transaction history and other functions.
The back-end system extracts a unified business model for different tokens systems and uses this to extend more tokens.
ATMChain Application development update
October 9th
ATMChain POC practice summarization and development discussion.
ATMChain POC practice report.
October 10th
ATMChain POC performance improvement discussion.
ATMChain POC practice product data analyze.
ATMChain area hotspot framework discussion.
October 11th
Discussion with DECENT team.
ATMChain VOD solution drafting and oversea product discussion.
ATMChain performance improvement discussion.
October 12th
ATMChain separated chain and business solution discussion.
Business solution with Zhongke discussion.
ATMChain performance improvement.
October 13th
ATMChain Japan community communication.
ATMChain performance improvement.
October 16th
ATMChain Ad solution draft.
ATMChain performance improvement and multi-language solution
October 17th
ATMChain Ad solution draft and English translation.
ATMChain performance improvement and multi-language solution.
October 18th
ATMChain Ad solution internal discussion.
ATMChain Japan Community communication.
Swisscom cooperation info discussion.
ATMChain performance improvement and multi-language solution
October 19th
Swisscom Itinerary discussion.
ATMChain Japan Community solution discussion.
Telecom solution designation.
ATMChain performance improvement and multi-language Solution.
October 20th
ATMChain Japan Community solution discussion.
Telecom solution designation.
ATMChain performance improvement and multi-language Solution.
October 23th
ATMChain domestic ad union proposal discussion.
Performance & architecture improvement.
Siwsscom visit material preparation.
October 24th
Telecom solution designation.
October 25th
Telecom solution designation.
Business practice research.
October 27th
Telecom solution designation.
Business practice research.
October 30th
Blockchain camp in Tokyo discussion.
Business practice research.
October31th
Blockchain camp in Tokyo apply discussion.
Blockchain camp in Tokyo document preparation.
Kickoff meeting with Zhongke Solution.
Technical discussion with Zhongke.
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Subreddit Stats: Anarcho_Capitalism top posts from 2011-09-23 to 2017-09-22 12:08 PDT

Period: 2191.38 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 81641
Rate (per day) 0.46 37.23
Unique Redditors 501 8290
Combined Score 247608 469801

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 9023 points, 34 submissions: TheGreatRoh
    1. Stefan Molyneux on Twitter | "Bernie promised cheap education. $27 average donation. Mission accomplished. $27 got you truly schooled on the reality of Dem politics." (746 points, 158 comments)
    2. Brain damage explains a lot (491 points, 72 comments)
    3. Ron Paul standing up for what's right. (418 points, 47 comments)
    4. This Tweet Didn't Age Well (409 points, 47 comments)
    5. Hillary Clinton on Assange "Can't we just drone this guy" -- report (345 points, 85 comments)
    6. BREAKING: Trump to sign exec. order this morning requiring that for every 1 new regulation, 2 regulations have to be revoked - sr. official (337 points, 122 comments)
    7. Ouch (337 points, 42 comments)
    8. So Swings the Pendulum of History (312 points, 31 comments)
    9. Resist! The more you think about it the best this one gets (302 points, 50 comments)
    10. Here is Rand Paul's healthcare plan. It's 4 pages long. It simplifies the entire process, removes federal bureaucracy, and lowers costs. EVERYONE SHOULD READ IT! (284 points, 75 comments)
  2. 8356 points, 24 submissions: TrueBC
    1. Small Government (715 points, 97 comments)
    2. Good Guy Communism (698 points, 14 comments)
    3. Real Thinking (616 points, 60 comments)
    4. When You're an Anarcho Communist And You Receive Inheritance (544 points, 128 comments)
    5. Every. God. Damn. Time! (487 points, 71 comments)
    6. Good Cops (468 points, 79 comments)
    7. Typical Proletariat (407 points, 100 comments)
    8. AnCap Problems (368 points, 60 comments)
    9. Fucking Statist Parents (336 points, 27 comments)
    10. Roads Problem Solved (331 points, 59 comments)
  3. 4593 points, 16 submissions: Pinochet-Heli-Tours
    1. This guy (715 points, 97 comments)
    2. Leftist logic with estate taxes (487 points, 123 comments)
    3. Before there was capitalism food would just magically appear (376 points, 155 comments)
    4. Socialism 101 (342 points, 168 comments)
    5. I hate it when people cheat (326 points, 61 comments)
    6. Communist vs Nature (295 points, 101 comments)
    7. This guy... (253 points, 50 comments)
    8. Triggered! (251 points, 116 comments)
    9. Good riddance (243 points, 100 comments)
    10. If there's less food in socialism, how does that explain the toilet paper shortages? (223 points, 28 comments)
  4. 3993 points, 1 submission: an1h
    1. TSA agents vs terrorists (3993 points, 173 comments)
  5. 3413 points, 13 submissions: kurokamifr
    1. When you are american (568 points, 94 comments)
    2. socialism (392 points, 110 comments)
    3. When you love the poor (336 points, 81 comments)
    4. Brain expanding meme on communist (295 points, 39 comments)
    5. A group of ancaps were able to get the IRS Facebook page removed... (263 points, 22 comments)
    6. Rigging the Election - Video I: Clinton Campaign and DNC Incite Violence at Trump Rallies (260 points, 73 comments)
    7. Rigging the Election - Video II: Mass Voter Fraud (222 points, 78 comments)
    8. who is prepared for the WW3? (215 points, 52 comments)
    9. rly make you think (185 points, 134 comments)
    10. Warning: Trudeau has allowed banks to seize your money if economy fails (181 points, 67 comments)
  6. 3173 points, 6 submissions: -INFOWARS-
    1. Louds and clear (1119 points, 180 comments)
    2. Makes you think... (742 points, 161 comments)
    3. Ron Paul destroys Obama (499 points, 78 comments)
    4. This is 100% real. Brainwashing by the Mainstream Media (341 points, 109 comments)
    5. Powerful argument. (300 points, 185 comments)
    6. When your ideology is so good the only arguments against it are straw man memes (172 points, 134 comments)
  7. 3036 points, 13 submissions: bearjewpacabra
    1. Nigel Farage: "None of you have ever done a proper job in your lives, or worked in business or worked in trade or indeed ever created a job" (354 points, 160 comments)
    2. Why is "income tax" a thing that exists?? It's income. They feed their kids with that. Just leave their income alone. (323 points, 147 comments)
    3. Statists reacting to "Taxation is theft" (297 points, 46 comments)
    4. Without the state, who would drop tear gas from helicopters on their half starved tax cattle? (261 points, 54 comments)
    5. Cops demand Uber driver turn off his camera, citing new law, threaten him with jail, say they will search his car with sniffer dogs. Driver refuses, because it turns out the driver is also an attorney and he knows no such law exists. • news (253 points, 62 comments)
    6. Remember when watching tonight's debate... (247 points, 89 comments)
    7. Was very happy to see this on /all (234 points, 40 comments)
    8. Virginia Shooter Identified As 66-Year-Old James Hodgkinson, Supporter Of Bernie Sanders (219 points, 129 comments)
    9. George Soros Hacked, Over 2,500 Internal Docs Released Online (198 points, 34 comments)
    10. Without government, who would create nationwide initiatives to fuck up the food supply based on irrational, government produced data? (173 points, 33 comments)
  8. 2924 points, 9 submissions: Z3F
    1. How to trigger /Socialism (772 points, 200 comments)
    2. The John Oliver formula (443 points, 84 comments)
    3. Trump Triggers a room full of Socialism sympathizers (351 points, 154 comments)
    4. Peak Reddit (317 points, 118 comments)
    5. And quality of life in the Commune dramatically improved overnight. (263 points, 68 comments)
    6. Found at a hostel I am staying at in Detroit. It's leaking into real life. (219 points, 155 comments)
    7. Obama Quietly Signs The Truly Orwellian "Countering Disinformation And Propaganda Act" Into Law (201 points, 27 comments)
    8. The easiest question you'll be asked today. (187 points, 64 comments)
    9. The window of allowable opinion continues to shrink. YouTube is now quarantining videos that academically discuss differences in IQ averages between ethnicities. (171 points, 97 comments)
  9. 2906 points, 1 submission: FreeqAxel
    1. Ron Paul got an electoral vote from Texas. (2906 points, 128 comments)
  10. 2565 points, 14 submissions: Anenome5
    1. Detroit starting to get it: 'Why should I send them taxes when they aren't supplying services?’ homeowner Fred Phillips who owes more than $2,600 recently told the paper. 'Every time I see the tax bill come, I think about the times we called and nobody came.' (247 points, 130 comments)
    2. Kaspersky reveals software buried in the firmware of world's major harddrive manufacturers gives NSA ability to spy on majority of the world's computers (229 points, 72 comments)
    3. The parable of the Village and the Tower (202 points, 44 comments)
    4. Descent of the Libertarians (200 points, 163 comments)
    5. Mises attacks Racism; "racism is not just contrary to [classical] liberalism, but to reason itself. It’s a denial of the most fundamental truths of economics... Theories of racial conflict reject peaceful social cooperation and instead promote conflict and war as the foundations of human society." (185 points, 161 comments)
    6. Cops arrest jogger for not having ID (182 points, 74 comments)
    7. My favorite ancap jokey-story :) (177 points, 68 comments)
    8. Sometimes the indoctrination isn't subtle. (176 points, 70 comments)
    9. This is fantastic--government tax collectors in Mogadishu complain no one wants to pay taxes, they "consider me to be a bandit." You are a bandit, sir. (171 points, 65 comments)
    10. Checkmate, intellectual-property fans ;P (164 points, 79 comments)
  11. 2557 points, 10 submissions: coupdetaco
    1. It's totally not rigged... anymore (754 points, 87 comments)
    2. She cannot recall (295 points, 23 comments)
    3. We've always been at war with Eastasia (267 points, 17 comments)
    4. Just wanted to give credit to leftists for breaking those glass ceilings (216 points, 8 comments)
    5. Cop tricks person into putting out a cigarette to use that as an excuse to arrest him and search his car (212 points, 140 comments)
    6. "If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there would be a shortage of sand" (181 points, 25 comments)
    7. We've always been at war with Eurasia (162 points, 11 comments)
    8. Mexican dentists near border crossing town get 95% customers from USA. They charge 75% less and their "materials and equipment are just as good or even better" (160 points, 38 comments)
    9. Just wanted to help everyone here understand Socialism (159 points, 11 comments)
    10. In fairness to her, that level of corruption is almost like a magic trick (151 points, 16 comments)
  12. 2398 points, 9 submissions: ancapistan_man
    1. Bread lines (542 points, 111 comments)
    2. All the hypocrisy. (341 points, 82 comments)
    3. All the above. (317 points, 63 comments)
    4. Battle of the statists. (253 points, 127 comments)
    5. We're gonna need a bigger boat. (224 points, 12 comments)
    6. [foaming at the mouth] Not real communism! (198 points, 14 comments)
    7. But without government.... (190 points, 29 comments)
    8. Literally shaking. (171 points, 61 comments)
    9. iT wAsN't ReAl CoMmUnIsM. (162 points, 13 comments)
  13. 2367 points, 10 submissions: Anen-o-me
    1. /A_C's opinion of Gary Johnson in one image (464 points, 123 comments)
    2. Time-Warner increases internet speeds six-fold at no extra charge after Google Fiber announces plans to expand into their territory --- so in other words, competition works (312 points, 43 comments)
    3. Vince Vaughn -- “We have the right to bear arms to resist the supreme power of a corrupt and abusive government” (227 points, 37 comments)
    4. After seeing this I have a strong urge to become a graffiti artist (215 points, 51 comments)
    5. Reddit's Former Leadership was planning to make Reddit a completely Decentralized App with bitcoin micropayments as upvotes for incentive, but after taking a $50m funding round, management was replaced and monetization focus began. Now ex employees are building what Reddit should've become. (215 points, 65 comments)
    6. SCOTUS Justice: If two can marry, why not four? -- How about you stop licensing marriage in the first place. (195 points, 111 comments)
    7. Satoshi Nakamoto nominated for Nobel Prize in Economics (190 points, 61 comments)
    8. politics realizes the presidency has too much power: "Don’t Just Impeach Trump. End the Imperial Presidency." (189 points, 60 comments)
    9. Meanwhile, at Molyneux's Freedomain Radio Headquarters... (183 points, 409 comments)
    10. Obama endorses Bitcoin... (177 points, 32 comments)
  14. 2220 points, 10 submissions: SnakesoverEagles
    1. Crying wolf: the left doesn't know how to stop losing (335 points, 182 comments)
    2. in light of recent events, here is Thomas Sowell (276 points, 264 comments)
    3. Ron Paul - Bernie Sanders destroyed Audit the Fed Bill at the last minute (236 points, 26 comments)
    4. Basic free market college group denied a local chapter because they are "white supreemists" (220 points, 227 comments)
    5. Get out your tinfoil hats boys (212 points, 95 comments)
    6. An old classic (206 points, 57 comments)
    7. Hillary email leaks prove that the same people who fund her campaign (Saudi Arabia) are funding ISIS - when will this house of cards fall? (205 points, 25 comments)
    8. Please clap (183 points, 55 comments)
    9. Ron Paul - Stump the socialist (176 points, 139 comments)
    10. Why Tim Kaine was picked as VP (171 points, 101 comments)
  15. 2219 points, 8 submissions: SuaveCrouton
    1. Late Stage Capitalism (405 points, 90 comments)
    2. Social Democracy (371 points, 51 comments)
    3. But it wasn't a real rocket (305 points, 30 comments)
    4. The Green Party dilemma (304 points, 71 comments)
    5. LateStageCapitalism_irl (236 points, 34 comments)
    6. When I look at gains from free trade (218 points, 21 comments)
    7. The world as 100 people over the last two centuries (213 points, 103 comments)
    8. Private Eye explains Corbynomics (167 points, 23 comments)
  16. 1932 points, 8 submissions: LibertyAboveALL
    1. Julian Assange offers job to fired Google employee who wrote "anti-diversity" memo - "Censorship is for losers." (426 points, 124 comments)
    2. Great idea on road sign from Mexican restaurant in Austin (278 points, 30 comments)
    3. Gmail will now warn you if you’re being targeted by the government (260 points, 26 comments)
    4. Calexit Means American Taxpayers Won't Have To Bailout California's Ticking Pension Time Bomb (251 points, 69 comments)
    5. Uber threatens exit Houston over regulations. Mayor says "I'm happy to sit down with you [Uber] but I'm not going to do business with you with a gun to my head." - you really can't make this shit up! (245 points, 79 comments)
    6. AAA, largest U.S. automobile club, calls for scrapping police marijuana THC test for drivers. AAA's safety foundation said it's not possible to set a blood-test threshold for THC that can reliably determine impairment. (160 points, 33 comments)
    7. TIL: SEC laws stop crowd-funding sites, like INDIEGOGO, from offering investor equity financing options for non-accredited investors (average person). In other words, the government only allows rich people to do it. (160 points, 66 comments)
    8. Dying mom kidney transplant surgery on hold due to GoFundMe donations since they could constitute ‘organ selling’, which is a U.S. federal crime. (152 points, 47 comments)
  17. 1854 points, 8 submissions: Mashimoto
    1. Venezuela bans lines outside of bakeries declaring them a clear political stunt to discredit socialism (289 points, 50 comments)
    2. Someone made a Chrome extension that changes "white" to "black" on Huffpo, Salon, and Buzzfeed (283 points, 69 comments)
    3. How Liberals really feel about black people (265 points, 106 comments)
    4. (old footage) Ron Paul makes standard libertarian arguments against the drug war that are now almost universally accepted to an absolutely hostile host/audience. Amazing how attitudes can change (263 points, 138 comments)
    5. It Looks Like George Soros is Funding the Trump Protests (256 points, 72 comments)
    6. Charles Rangel's Freudian Slip (181 points, 21 comments)
    7. "Only the rich will have X technology" India's $4 smartphone. (166 points, 44 comments)
    8. Bernie Sanders Resume from the 1980s (151 points, 118 comments)
  18. 1756 points, 7 submissions: MaunaLoona
    1. 4chan on communism (539 points, 122 comments)
    2. Canadian man fights off home invaders by taking their gun and shooting them; gets charged with attempted murder and nine other firearms related charges (312 points, 76 comments)
    3. But without the government who would fund PBS? Reading Rainbow raises $1 million on kickstarter in the first day. (202 points, 59 comments)
    4. Adam Kokesh on CBS (197 points, 213 comments)
    5. Apparently we have a new mascot (174 points, 30 comments)
    6. What $15/hr minimum wage looks like (169 points, 182 comments)
    7. To protect you from fake news the US government launches a fact checking web site (163 points, 53 comments)
  19. 1663 points, 5 submissions: Uncle_Washington
    1. LateStageCapitalism logic (456 points, 98 comments)
    2. Macarons va Macron (401 points, 39 comments)
    3. Like scientist we have to prove our theory (380 points, 83 comments)
    4. Feel the Bern out (245 points, 71 comments)
    5. The North Remembers (181 points, 14 comments)
  20. 1582 points, 2 submissions: pseudoRndNbr
    1. CNN: It's illegal for you to read the leaked emails. Only we are allowed to do it. (1353 points, 149 comments)
    2. But who will provide food to the poor? (229 points, 70 comments)
  21. 1581 points, 4 submissions: Ze-skywalker
    1. Rare picture of a child about to be born (530 points, 70 comments)
    2. "The urge to save humanity is almost always only a false front for the urge to rule it." H.L. Mencken (428 points, 13 comments)
    3. Woke (370 points, 44 comments)
    4. Capitalism X Socialism (253 points, 49 comments)
  22. 1576 points, 6 submissions: HEADPOCKET
    1. What a novel idea. (477 points, 87 comments)
    2. Mises before bitches. (325 points, 56 comments)
    3. Here is your average "pro-science" liberal. (266 points, 93 comments)
    4. If Sweden and Germany Became US States, They Would be Among the Poorest States (189 points, 97 comments)
    5. Can't explain that. (162 points, 51 comments)
    6. George Zimmer, the owner and founder of The Men's Wearhouse, does not background check his employees. "I don't trust the U.S. justice system to get it right," says Zimmer, who is himself a recovering alcoholic. "I'd rather make my own decisions." : todayilearned (157 points, 32 comments)
  23. 1568 points, 6 submissions: Jamesshrugged
    1. The consequences of racism (395 points, 135 comments)
    2. The lesson liberals are going to learn under the new administration. (343 points, 48 comments)
    3. Every single time (295 points, 22 comments)
    4. Give me Liberty or gtfo! (191 points, 61 comments)
    5. anarcho_capitalism's most used words (174 points, 71 comments)
    6. /philosophy mods have completely banned posts about Ayn Rand (on grounds that she is an author, not a philosopher) (170 points, 134 comments)
  24. 1478 points, 6 submissions: ayanamirs
    1. Could someone please explain this? (388 points, 84 comments)
    2. Slate (297 points, 43 comments)
    3. LMAO (232 points, 58 comments)
    4. Mises Cuba! (210 points, 45 comments)
    5. Ancap Studies (181 points, 55 comments)
    6. Wtf? Anarcho-capitalists (170 points, 144 comments)
  25. 1468 points, 1 submission: How_To_Liberty
    1. I used to be an Ancap, but my job made me turn to socialism. (1468 points, 118 comments)
  26. 1464 points, 6 submissions: spatchcock
    1. Happy thanksgiving /ancap (496 points, 86 comments)
    2. They aren't protesters or rioters. They're Keynesian stimulus operatives, and Krugman disapproves. (223 points, 22 comments)
    3. This kid will go places. Also, I guarantee there's a bureaucrat out there somewhere who is trying to stop him. (213 points, 53 comments)
    4. This is what good parenting looks like, but yet to leftists and some bureaucrats this is horrible because its un-taxed income, dangerously unregulated, exploitation, and child labor. (190 points, 65 comments)
    5. Wow TED talks really suck now - "Capitalism will eat democracy unless we speak up" - By Yanis Varoufakis (the greek finance minister. Yes Greece, the European country that adopted DemSoc ideals and is now riddled with debt) (180 points, 203 comments)
    6. If I were a big corporation I'd lobby for higher minimum wages and rally the useful idiots on the left to my cause as well. (162 points, 33 comments)
  27. 1414 points, 7 submissions: moople1
    1. And anarcho communism was born. (239 points, 772 comments)
    2. Work or die. (239 points, 227 comments)
    3. The relationship between Bernie's socialism and the market summed up perfectly. (238 points, 48 comments)
    4. Finally it's fixed! Now children won't starve to death. (199 points, 123 comments)
    5. "Yo mama's so statist" jokes… (180 points, 96 comments)
    6. Hating the Establishment Is Not the Same as Supporting Liberty (164 points, 41 comments)
    7. 2016 Nolan Chart (155 points, 128 comments)

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