Consider the proof of burn algorithm as an effective cryptocoin algorithm. = Then turn this on it's head. If a pseudo random burn density is exhibited, = previous mined coins, can be used as the burn sink. If this process is cons= idered an also method of a mine success, then the burn creates an associate= d make in the protocol. As this can be a fixed multiplier, it maintains a m= int standard. An "I could have burnt block, proof of could have" as it were= .. Something like <a href=3D"http://www.slimcoin.club/whitepaper.pdf">Slimcoin= </a> with a kick in, kick out coins balancer keeping the fixed-sh multiplie= r net around a centroid. And having "modulable" kicks within limits. An "al= ternative slicer" can split this transact delta into a "modulable" stream f= or storing data. So if a method of "moving root block" can maintain a maxim= al blockchain size, data compression and a fixed bound cryptocoin with some= injected coin total supply "chaos" results. QED.

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8/27/2016 10:04:31 PM

On Saturday, August 27, 2016 at 10:04:34 PM UTC, jacko wrote: > Consider the proof of burn algorithm as an effective cryptocoin algorithm= .. Then turn this on it's head. If a pseudo random burn density is exhibited= , previous mined coins, can be used as the burn sink. If this process is co= nsidered an also method of a mine success, then the burn creates an associa= ted make in the protocol. As this can be a fixed multiplier, it maintains a= mint standard. An "I could have burnt block, proof of could have" as it we= re. >=20 > Something like <a href=3D"http://www.slimcoin.club/whitepaper.pdf">Slimco= in</a> with a kick in, kick out coins balancer keeping the fixed-sh multipl= ier net around a centroid. And having "modulable" kicks within limits. An "= alternative slicer" can split this transact delta into a "modulable" stream= for storing data. So if a method of "moving root block" can maintain a max= imal blockchain size, data compression and a fixed bound cryptocoin with so= me injected coin total supply "chaos" results. >=20 > QED. sup jacko?

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8/31/2016 5:15:00 AM

Just wondering compression on blockchains, as bitcoin is 45GB or so.

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9/6/2016 3:37:22 PM