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This paper proposes a new approach to introducing scarcity into identity systems without sacrificing privacy and self-sovereignty.
The method relies on quantifying attention flows between identities. It is predicated on the fact that attention is a basic element of all cognitive processes. It is also limited and therefore is a natural source of scarcity.
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I believe that there are only two types of organisations and understanding them is the key to understanding innovation.
The first, Innovators, are good at trying new things. The second, Distributors, are good at doing the same things repeatedly.
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