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Thanks for forwarding, RH!
Ever since getting past the 'what is a block cipher, really' stage
I've learned about ecash systems, knowing that business is what drives
tech into everyone's life, and that this is where the CypherUtopia
starts, where the serious Change begins.
I've thought about gold-backed systems, but hadn't suggested it,
fearing that I'd be whisked aside as the reactionary I am; and also
fearing that it was so obvious, but no one had done it, so
there must be something obviously wrong with the concept.
I'm really pleased to see the *grounding* of commerce in a
physical entity. But then, I warned you I was reactionary.
If they can get the trust of people who've never heard of Anguilla,
they have a chance.
'Jus an anonymous lizard on a log in the currents, on his way to 'guilla
At 01:43 PM 2/5/99 -0500, Robert Hettinga wrote:
>Hamilton, Bermuda, 4 February 1999 -- DigiGold.net, a
>Bermuda partnership, in conjunction with Systemics Ltd.,
>announces new technology enabling secure payments over
>the Internet, in gold.