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Re-Inventing Money

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Titel Re-Inventing Money
Serientitel Agent-­based models and complex techno-­social systems
Autor Pouwelse, Johan
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DOI 10.5446/35088
Herausgeber Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich
Erscheinungsjahr 2012
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract We aim for a more virtuous society by transforming media and money. Our ideology‐driven methodology is replacing speculation, volatility and greed with cooperation, stability and rewarding of goodness. Our first goal is to build a trusted platform by creating a smartphone‐based infrastructure, which is capable of withstanding all known government attacks on media freedom and privacy. Second, based on this trusted self‐organizing infrastructure we are designing our bank‐of‐bits, aiming to alter the essence of capitalism by abolishing compound interest rates and facilitation safe zero‐cost money transfers plus lending. During this talk the first prototype will be unveiled of our attack‐resilient QMedia app for microblogging. QMedia goal for future versions is news dissemination from a single smartphone to an audience of millions in the form of microblogging, enriched with pictures and streaming video which is guarded against all known forms of government censorship such as cyberspace sabotage, digital eavesdropping, infiltration, fraud, Internet kill switches and especially lawyer‐based attacks. For over a decade Delft University of Technology has been measuring and building P2P systems, aided by millions of Euros in research funding from the European Union and Dutch government. We are continuously improving our own attack‐resilient sharing software called Tribler. With one million downloads, Tribler provides us with vital behavioral feedback of novel algorithms. Tribler is not dependent and completely decoupled from unreliable servers such as DNS servers, web servers, swarm trackers and access portals. Using fully self‐organising P2P technology we aim to create an overlay, which is unbreakable: the only way to take it down is to take the Internet down.

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