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Bitcoin Altruism: We are Bitcoin altruists and we believe that the decentralized and transparent nature of Bitcoin can bring about positive social change. They may argue that by using Bitcoin, individuals can have greater control over their finances and participate in a more inclusive and fair financial system. They may also see Bitcoin as a tool to support marginalized communities, enable financial freedom, and challenge existing power structures in the financial industry.

Ad-Hoc Staking: Leveraging the four fundamental attributes of an ad-hoc mechanism, we are diligently constructing an all-encompassing Bitcoin staking mechanism that is fully decentralized, permissionless, multi-node, and immutable, which we refer to as our Ad-hoc staking solution.

Bitcoin Shared Security:Bitcoin shared security refers to the concept of multiple cryptocurrencies or blockchain networks sharing the same underlying security infrastructure. This is typically achieved through a process called merged mining, where miners can simultaneously mine multiple cryptocurrencies that utilize the same consensus algorithm. In the case of Bitcoin, merged mining allows miners to mine both Bitcoin and another compatible cryptocurrency, such as Namecoin. By sharing the same proof-of-work algorithm (in this case, SHA-256), miners can secure both blockchains simultaneously, increasing the overall security of the network.

Liquity: Liquity is a decentralized borrowing protocol that allows you to draw interest-free loans against Ether used as collateral. Loans are paid out in LUSD (a USD pegged stablecoin) and need to maintain a minimum collateral ratio of 110%.

Mesh:In the context of networking, a mesh refers to a type of network topology where devices are interconnected with multiple links, forming a web-like structure. In a mesh network, each device, or node, is connected to multiple other nodes, allowing for redundant paths and increased reliability. are resilient to failures, as the redundancy allows for alternative paths to be used if one link or node goes down. Mesh networks can also be self-healing, as nodes can dynamically reroute traffic to avoid failed links or nodes. Additionally, mesh networks can be more scalable, as new nodes can be added without disrupting the existing network structure.

Distributed Security: Distributed security refers to the concept of decentralizing security measures across a network or system. In traditional centralized security models, security controls and measures are typically concentrated in a central authority or entity. In contrast, distributed security distributes security mechanisms, such as authentication, authorization, and encryption, across multiple nodes or components within a network or system. This can enhance security by reducing single points of failure and increasing resilience against attacks.

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