[Battlemesh] p2p mesh project seeking developers and testers
bitcoinminercuda at gmail.com
Sun Oct 11 13:00:04 CEST 2015
Well as far as amateur radio rules. use on licensed ham radio frequencies
is far different from using wifi frequencies not overlapping the licensed
channels in wifi, some wifi frequencies fall under amateur radio rules and
can use increased power when used by licensed ham radio operators licensed
to do so, This is why the FCC has proposals to lock down some routers that
can be modified to increase power above legal levels etc...
While Bitcoin requires use of cryptography, the actual blockchain
information is not encrypted. For example, here is a raw bitcoin
The meaning of this information is documented and well known, and not
obscuring the meaning of the transmission, so I don't think it violates the
encryption rules, even in spirit. We have no intention of breaking any of
uncle's rules. Or international ones for that matter.
But you can send your https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Address public addresses
on air in digital modes since they are not encrypted, nor can they contain
value, many think cryptocoins are encrypted but they are not. Only
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Private_key private keys are encrypted and can
contain value associated with pecuniary interest rule, so encryption and
value of a cryptocoins public address is a common misconception.
As far as use via unlicensed wifi in most places it's not illegal, Of
course knowing the wifi rules for your area is a necessity as it can vary
internationally. Like I mentioned before, amateur radio bands can overlap
unlicensed wifi channels, it's important to know what channels/frequencies
your wifi equipment is configured to use and what power levels are within
legal limits etc.
Here is some additional info in regards to broadband hammnet vs unlicenced
wifi *http://hsmm-mesh.org/ <http://hsmm-mesh.org/>*
On Sun, Oct 11, 2015 at 5:51 AM, Huub Schuurmans <huubsch at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> Op 09/10/15 om 18:39 schreef J zee:
> > Hi all
> > My name is Jimmy My ham callsign is KM4EOM
> > We are a small group of developers that are working on a crypto currency
> > project HAM or Hamradiocoin.
> > Here is a little info about our project.
> What is your reaction to the comment that using HAM for this purpose is
> Battlemesh mailing list
> Battlemesh at ml.ninux.org
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