Our lives and activities are pretty much integrated with the Internet whether we like it or not. The Internet has provided opportunities for people like never before. Everyone can agree though that there are pros and cons. While empowering, the Internet has kind of reduced our essence into a digital fingerprint, one that can bought and sold, and essentially infiltrated at will.
@dandabek posted a tweet advocating crypto that supports open and free markets:
Government’s are beginning to take notice of privacy coins and what they perceive as a danger - decentralization and autonomy. We’ve seen China take some drastic measures, and other Governments are also beginning to weigh in on what they will allow and won’t allow. I’ve heard the argument that decentralized Blockchains can’t be shut down, actually I’ve also heard it’s possible but extremely unlikely. Regardless, it remains a concern! Jack Dorsey recently stepped down from Twitter and supposedly he remains committed to the idea of Web3. I didn’t even know we were already using Web2, but in a nutshell Web3 is the brainchild of Dr. Gavin Wood and it’s premise is to transform the Internet to one that is strictly Blockchain based and decentralized. It will be interesting to see if Governments permit this, nonetheless, would Safex and TWM be compatible with Web3, and, if Governments do take a stand against private cryptocurrencies, will Safex and TWM be granted exception status? According to Dan Dabek, although SFT and SFX are anonymous, inherent in the Blockchain is the ability to prove accountability if Government entities require it.
Safex Blockchain and TWM I think maybe are one of a kind at the moment. It’s remarkable to see a working prototype of it here and now. But there it is, TWM v1.5 soon to be followed by v2. But it’s at this next juncture where I think this project may begin to become a lot more noticeable, and my hope is that Safex and TWM have already been positioned to withstand these emerging developments and concerns well into the future.