“This means that currently no funds can be moved out of the multi-sig wallets,” Parity says in a security advisory.
Unlike most cryptocurrency hacks, however, the money wasn’t deliberately taken: it was effectively destroyed by accident.
Get enough people involved, and then, when the pile of virtual money is big enough... Well, for one thing, it's because the idea of a "distributed ledger" isn't new at all. for sharing this article): How blockchain technology has medieval roots Now, what's interesting about this article is that it manages to point out all sorts of examples of mediaeval analogue versions of blackchain, without once mentioning that the biggest user (and abuser) of the whole idea of "tokens" as representations of objects was precisely the Templar order.
It's mediaeval; think "Templars" here folks (and thanks to Mr. And I find this omission of mention of the order in an article not only to be intensely "curious," but perhaps deliberate, and it's that "possibly deliberate" and curious omission that forms the heart of my high octane speculation today. But first, exactly how was the Templar order using a crude analogue form of blockchain and distributed ledgers?
The ledger is thus distributed, and an analogue "security" system, based on encoded chits to ensure authenticity of the claim when presented, is in play.
One can see what happens: soon the chit becomes its own medium of exchange along with the gold and silver coins it represents.
The Ethereum cryptocurrency has been lost after a series of bugs in a popular digital wallet service led one curious developer accidentally taking control of and then locking up the funds, according to reports.
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