@msh In fact, this system has been used in forensics to tie certain printers to evidence
I think we're long overdue for DIY printers anyway. We have 3D printers, but as @phooky pointed out to me, there are some very specific problems that need solving first with regard to resolution
I'm sure it's doable, but it will take time and resources
Recently Sam Zeloof has been.. like literally making little chips using lithography.. So it's not entirely impossible.. but it's a very high barrier...
I mean it's like "we" but does it mean much if there is no community keeping people going. Like, maybe capabilities might be handy in a revolution or something... in some way.. And it educates too, i guess.
I've always feared cash is doomed. Maybe I'm wrong. This is the first positive case for DRM I can think of.
Yeah, I'm that guy who walks in the gas station and prepays, mostly because skimmers are a thing here and I don't want to be pawned but I'm pro cash. It's anonymous.
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