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Marcelo new project? PUTUS.IT
#1
I wonder if Plutus.it (pluton coin) is Marcelo new  project?  I can not stop thinking  Marcelo is behind this project.
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#2
Where did you see it?
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(2017-03-05, 04:22 AM)pelidaniel@gmail.com Wrote: I wonder if Plutus.it (pluton coin) is Marcelo new  project?  I can not stop thinking  Marcelo is behind this project.

Impossible to be Marcellos idea. This system is to honest.
This system is what I suggested a few weeks ago on this forum here.
I suggested a system where there was no need to attract people into our coin because everyone could accept payments.
I do not remember where and when I posted it, but I did a few weeks ago.
It could be a copy of my idea.

To be honest... this pluton system is great. Exactly what I wanted for our coin. Maybe you should ask Carsten about it. He replied on that post i created.

I found my post about the similar system. I wrote about it feb 24th:
http://rimbit.dk/showthread.php?tid=490&...es#pid2909

You realy should read the plutus whitepaper: https://plutus.it/assets/Plutus.it-White-Paper-v1.1.pdf
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#4
What problem does Plutus solve?

If you hold any bitcoin, you are definitely aware of how difficult it is to spend them, especially if you are trying to pay at a local brick & mortar shop.

Coincidentally, this opportunity is what makes Plutus an optimal use case and killer app for miners, bagholders, entrepreneurs, freelancers and anyone else who earns bitcoin. With Plutus, you no longer have to wait for merchants to accept Bitcoin. You simply show up, and pay.

( Best of all, Plutus supports all fiat currencies, which means that you can also travel around the world and shop without exchanging your funds. )
https://medium.com/@fmartinka/the-plutus....69rq93mwd

This is what we need.


https://youtu.be/mmXzYnEtsQ4

https://youtu.be/-qyMhZ5Y5tM
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#5
I remember that post - it was very good but way beyond the level I can think about.
This is what Hugues wrote in the original post...

"I want to buy a TV from Carsten. I want to use my crypto coins, but Carsten does not have a wallet of our coin and does not accept our coin. I do the transfer with my coins. Meaning my coins are converted (via an exchange (maybe our own exchange)) into the currency of Carstens choice, and than deposted into his account (bank, paypal, payza, etc...).
Privacy and decentralisation remain for me, but not for Carsten. But this is his choice. After quite some time he will get himself a wallet."

To my mind this sounds very interesting and I have thought about it a bit. The risk in this scenario seems to not be at all with Carsten - he gets coins of his choice into his wallet. So is the risk with Hugues or the us/exchange? Or will this be riskless?
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The risk will always be the third party.
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(2017-03-06, 11:45 AM)Carsten Wrote: The risk will always be the third party.

What do you mean by saying the risk is the third party?
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I mean that in this case the third party is Plutus. If they for some reason does not fulfill the transaction your money could be lost.

They have their own servers not public for the world. A pure Bitcoin transaction is open and directly visible in the blockchain. Anyway as long as fiat based currency transactions is not part of a blockchain we have to live with trusting third parties.
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(2017-03-06, 12:17 PM)Carsten Wrote: I mean that in this case the third party is Plutus. If they for some reason does not fulfill the transaction your money could be lost.

They have their own servers not public for the world. A pure Bitcoin transaction is open and directly visible in the blockchain. Anyway as long as fiat based currency transactions is not part of a blockchain we have to live with trusting third parties.

OK! But the same goes for original transactions. If you want to buy bitcoin or whatever crypto, you will have to use your fiat currency (via bank account or credit card, ...) There is also a risk.
We have to start somewhere.

I realy believe the plutus principle is a great start. We should consider this kind of principle.
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#10
Agreed. Converting from crypto to fiat based currency and back has always been a problem since it involves a third party.
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