Freedom Of Speech Cryptocurrency Being Developed Could Save EVERYONE From Censorship Reader 11/30/2018 (Fri) 17:04:55 Id: ffcf14 No.13320 del
As freedom of speech remains under attack everywhere in the western world (Alex Jones was recently banned from Silicon Valley platforms for speaking his mind, Tommy Robinson was jailed for three months for reporting on grooming gangs and several smaller upcoming platforms were temporarily shut down or banned from receiving PayPal services), it is good to know that there are still refuges somewhere that harbor anyone’s right to say whatever they want.

Just remember the immortal phrase first uttered by French philosopher Voltaire: "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”

One of those staunch defenders of freedom of speech comes in the form of a cryptocurrency loyal readers of the Goldwater know about from previous reporting.

Related coverage: New Cryptocurrency "Susucoin" Seeks To Archive Free Speech Forever.

Susucoin was originally developed to become the crypto specifically for securing free speech. A proof-of-work cryptocurrency designed with added transactional storage capacity for the purpose of archiving data and securing free speech.

There is a particularly cool thing, the 5ch forum produced susucoin in June this year, the purpose is to use the blockchain to record the posts in the forum, they also released the SUMO agreement, everyone can use this chain to record.@susucoin #susucoin

— AmyHoney (@kkkk6921) November 23, 2018

Through the upload of data to the blockchain, Susucoin enables the archival of thoughts and ideas forever.

Further proof of trust in the successful future of the venture comes today after Nagoya-based Internet company Shinoma Co., Ltd. announced that they would assume all development and management efforts regarding free-speech cryptocurrency Susucoin to further the coin’s core values of privacy, anonymity, and security in a financially sustainable manner.

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