In the central square of a small town, suffering from a very high unemployment rate, three former school-mates, Alice, Bob, and Carl, meet up again after some years.

Alice: "Bob! Carl! I'm so happy: after years of failed attempts, I finally got a real job! I specialized in doing something productive for other people and they give me money in exchange! I'm finally able to sustain myself and my family. There are many other openings in the company where I work, actually: I'm telling everybody, so they can join too!"

Bob: "This is clearly a scam, Alice. Getting a job is impossible, here, and even if it was possible, it's something inherently evil. We should all just trust the government and live off social security checks. Life in this town always worked like this. Only crazy anarchists, or greedy capitalists, would think about such perversions like...getting …


I seriously doubt that this last “chapter” will be of real interest for anyone in the space, actually: unfortunately I am forced to publish it in order to explain the context and the reasons behind the defamation attempt I suffered in the last days. …


I explained, in Chapter 1, BHB Network’s clear, consistent and linear approach towards clients. Eidoo is currently a client of our consulting branch. It’s a Swiss-based company, focused on retail digital products. We met Digital Identity, the company behind the Eidoo project, several months ago, and they offered us a consultancy job on a project they were working on: a decentralized exchange based on an Ethereum dapp.

BHB’s response was extremely clear, as usual. We told them we are not interested in (and professionally against to) working with Ethereum for production purposes (we did something for research or experimental use), nor we would have helped them following models that have similar limits in terms of security, privacy, immutability, scalability and censorship resistance, and we would have suggested against any investment scheme naively based on the concept of “appcoin”, even if it’s very popular today. …

Giacomo Zucco

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