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Re: (eternity) Re: Eternity Services



FUCK!
WHO REGISTER ME TO THIS MAILING LIST?
CAN YOU TELL ME HOW TO REMOVE MYSELF FROM IT?
I WILL MAD!
OH GOD! TOO MANY EMAIL!
At 08:18 AM 1/12/98 +0100, Lucky Green wrote:
>On Mon, 12 Jan 1998, Ryan Lackey wrote:
>[quoting Tim]
>> 
>> > (* I say "working" in the sense that the concept was very easy to
>> > demonstrate just by using PGP and remailers. Not much more than what I
>> > demonstrated in 1993 would be needed to deploy a real system. Except for
>> > one thing: true digital cash. Not the bullshit one-way-traceable stuff
that
>> > Chaum and others are now pushing, but the original, online-cleared or
>> > escrow-cleared form, a la the work of Goldberg et. al. For some of these
>> > applications, below, simple token- or coupon-based schemes might work
>> > adequately.)
>> 
>> There are currently-under-development systems which will meet the
digital cash 
>> requirement,
>> from people who I consider highly respectable and competent.
>
>And the demand for such ecash systems is real. I personally carried a $10
>million offer for a non-exclusive license for the blind signature patent
>to David Chaum. He declined the offer. "The patent is not for license". 
>DigiCash's CEO since March of last year, Mike Nash, also told me that
>DigiCash was not considering licensing the patent. I knew that day that it
>was time to quit. Not surprisingly, nobody heard from DigiCash since. 
>
>-- Lucky Green <[email protected]> PGP v5 encrypted email preferred.
>   "Tonga? Where the hell is Tonga? They have Cypherpunks there?"
>
>