i guess so because xrp will be an escrow. maybe the price of dna may have to go up for this to happen? but why does it matter if dna is held in place by escrow at all?
LegendaryActivity: 1092 Re: Bitcoin Tech talk thread June 07, 2013, 07:46:44 AM #174 Quote from: Bitcorner on June 02, 2013, 10:14:22 PM Sure (emphasis mine): Mobile devices with built-in bitcoin wallets are now appearing; “Casascius coins” are made; copy-paste mining is enabled; and Bitcoin has its first truly trustworthy service provider (hosting that goes well beyond the normal capacity). My question then becomes, what’s next that could bring Bitcoin into mainstream use? For me personally – I’d like to see altcoins which don’t rely on hashing for security – i.e., something like PayCoin or OpenCoin (which would do away with proof-of-work completely) or something along those lines come about. Maybe there’s some other tech I haven’t heard of yet… How about you guys? Have any ideas? Have you seen anything lately that could change everything about Bitcoin — even boost it so much it pops out of its niche as a ‘currency’ and becomes part of everyday life globally – without making your current wallet obsolete? If not