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https://youtu.be/sCxUq9_9820 Reddit sucks. It's supposed to be a place for online communities to curate a feed of user submitted content, and also curate the discussion of that content. The mechanism by which that curation occurs is the upvote-downvote system where, if you have an account on reddit and you see a post that you think is relevant and useful to the community (and so deserves to...
The "PayPal" part: Electronic Convenient Intuitive Reliable Ubiquitous The "2.0" part: Decentralized World-Wide/Uncensorable Programmable Inexpensive (enough to use as cash!)
Because of its (in development) money-based voting system, Honest.cash already has the potential to be vastly superior to forums like reddit where vote manipulation and sock-puppeting are rampant. Communities built on this type of system are still vulnerable, however, to individuals who have enough funds to drown out the rest of the community's votes.      In order to protect communities from ma...
Public sentiment is that contentious chain splits are "bad". This is probably because, as we've seen with both the BCH/BTC and the ABC/SV situations, these splits have potentially disruptive consequences. Users can be confused by the split and, because splits represent conflict within the community, confidence in the coin that split may be reduced. The reason that users can be confused by conten...