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We live in a time of paradoxes and extremes. A time in which media mainly pay attention to contradictions and conflict, while reality is often much more nuanced. Each question has multiple answers, each problem has multiple angles and each solution has multiple outcomes. I will try to highlight major personal and social issues from a surprising perspective. No pat answers, but hopefully some unexpected insights, new ideas and, especially, a lot of food for thought! Already thanks for stopping by!

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Kirill R°
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awesome! This article reminded me of Yma Sumac
3 days ago
thanks you for article , good info
a day ago
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Natasha
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I think this is a good question, I will leave my personal comments here, that don't aim to be a full answer, but rather a form of a discussion on the topic. On one hand, indeed, you can think that if a few large players come and purchase large amount of UOS tokens they might become a corporate group, governing all key decisions on the network. But first, let's look at a more realistic scenario: since the network is based on the open source software, there is a good chance, that a large number of people with average stake amount would come, rather than just a handful of people with a lot of money. Second, large stake holders are not interested in breaking the network or corrupting it, because they have invested their own real capital in it. In this sense, having the Importance being based on say > 50-60% stake plays a role of a natural protecting system against violators and bots. We can, in a sense, say, that users with high stake amount are reliable to the network. Third, users with small amount of stake can acquire it by contributing to the network growth, and they can acquire tokens through financial transfers towards their accounts (because anyone can transfer any amount). In this way, it is quite a natural development, that is beneficial to the network and to the user. A successful user, who say generates a solid value and has a lot of financial connections, can generate his/her own stake capital through these connections (and acquire the reputation and further enhance their network trust). And this can be done using the social tools as well. For example, you can make money even just by being a good content developer, if someone in the network wants to pay you for it. Forth, you can fork the network and create your own, and if a community of such a network as a whole votes to change the stake/social/economic contribution %, they, sure, can do that. Fifth, netwok can always vote without forking. Sixth, if you put a large weight on social connections, people, who are not generating true value can acquire high importance. Overall, I think that a value of stake contribution must be > 60%. I'd probably put it at 75%.
4 days ago
You raise some god points here, the ratio of how importance is determined is a debatable topic. I presume the devs analysed the options thoroughly before coming to the 80/10/10 scenario.
3 days ago
good question, good point
a day ago
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ho7ZWkaPc2c&t=2s David Gilmour - On An Island 🏝 THE genious voice and guitar behind Pink Floyd. 🥁🎸🎸🎶🎹🎷🎷 #music
such a lovely music to start my day here
8 days ago
Kirill R°
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also, I like this concert
8 days ago
Kirill R°
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@pavelsudokey check this out)
8 days ago
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Tragic state of the world. Thanks for the excellent post, very important that people become aware of the tyranny oppressing the planet.
9 days ago
hypocrisy is your calling. u.community=kickico=scam I think it's that simple these scammers worked there too
8 days ago
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A US judge has ruled that WikiLeaks was fully entitled to publish the Democratic National Congress (DNC) emails, which means no law was broken. After rejecting the civil proceedings of the DNC against Assange, the establishment licks its wounds, it seems, and does everything in its power to limit the damage by giving as little publicity as possible to this very important legal judgment. Well, in more
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Natasha
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there are some aspects of technological advancement that bother me, despite that many things are super useful. Like the ethics of robots and AI research...watched a new Terminator trailer last night and thought about how this might change the world in a dangerous way...
11 days ago
Technology is providing us with better and better ways to light a fire.
11 days ago
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Hi everyone. Today I just feel the need to say thank you to @natasharod11. Finally had the opportunity to read all the user tutorials. She did an amazing job!
Natasha
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omg, thanks a lot! This is really sweet, I'm touched.
14 days ago
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