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Roberto Capodieci http://bcz.ooo, [18.09.19 11:59]
And the company behind that PoP concept seems a copy of DeBuNe original idea: https://www.intellsphere.com/
alexandr, [18.09.19 12:03]
I thought you were fighting at me... The fact is that already many new projects write POP (DPOS)/All of them enter the market and fall in price hundreds of times. SPND, SERV

Roberto Capodieci http://bcz.ooo, [18.09.19 12:05]
no, it is different...

Roberto Capodieci http://bcz.ooo, [18.09.19 12:05]
just same name, PoP, different approach

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it means winner doesn't take all???
sounds legit, i mean too good to be true


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each block, all of the block creators in the node registry have a chance to win a lottery of new coins created by that block. The protocol may select 20, 30 winners per block, something like this, who will evenly divide the new block rewards. A node's chance to win the lottery will be proportional to its Participation Score as derived via the Proof of Participation algorithm.
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money migration 2018 annually alone is $ 600 billion.... of course with 7% of money transferring.... hello money gram
https://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2019/04/08/record-high-remittances-sent-globally-in-2018


Всем нужны деньги сразу! Ждать никто не может! Everyone needs money at once! No one can wait!

thats why banks will always trying to stop blockchain
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I bet there will be other 2nd gen of PoW in anytime soon
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is there any link / testimonies written about collapsed project ?

I'm also interested in this. Would be very interesting to see a dissection of something that came before called Proof of Participation and why it failed.
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i know this guy...
he's so humble and charismatic
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Blockchain Beyond Hype / Re: BBH#9 Decentralization of Internet - Patricia Parkinson
« Last post by angela on September 25, 2019, 03:56:07 pm »
it just so sad
 



  good article, decentralization is necessary, but like everything in our world it is an eternal struggle.

p.s. Twitter decided that 3 years and 20K+ of my posts is spam and blocked my account) 3 years of work and lost contacts that I collected all this time(
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Blockchain Beyond Hype / Re: BBH#9 Decentralization of Internet - Patricia Parkinson
« Last post by Bill Djons on September 25, 2019, 07:27:00 am »



  good article, decentralization is necessary, but like everything in our world it is an eternal struggle.

p.s. Twitter decided that 3 years and 20K+ of my posts is spam and blocked my account) 3 years of work and lost contacts that I collected all this time(
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Blockchain Beyond Hype / BBH#9 Decentralization of Internet - Patricia Parkinson
« Last post by Rohan on September 24, 2019, 06:42:45 pm »
Since the boom of "dot com" more than 20 years ago, the Internet has reshaped not only the way people interact with each other, but also the way businesses operate and serve customers. Along with rapid tech development, however, the Internet which used to be decentralized slowly turned to be centralized. On episode 9 of Blockchain Beyond Hype, we invited Patricia Parkinson to discuss how the blockchain technology can re-decentralize the internet again!

Read the full interview here:
https://blogchainzoo.com/decentralization-of-internet/

BBH Guest
- Patricia Parkinson, Co-Founder of BlockCollab
With over a decade of experience in designing products and fostering innovative teams, Patricia is the biz wiz who has worked with 100+ startups to Fortune 500 clients. She is a visionary fueled by fascination and enthusiasm for a decentralized future.
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