Bitcoin is a tech that is based on pure math and cryptography, it is decentralized and controlled by no one. Bitcoin unlike legacy finance cannot apply any form of discrimination or segregation to anyone.
So what is the real reason behind attempts to block bitcoinhackers from freedom-oriented fediverse? Where the spirit of bitcoin differs from the spirit of fediverse?
Being devided and disconnected we only play right into centralized platforms hands.
@tracyspacy @verretor I think that open discussion requires participants to be open to challenge their views. Mabey the progress is not becouse people feel safe. (feeling safe != being safe)
I think that "code of conflict" that was in Linux made it so solid and well written, that now this is the system on almost all supercomputers, routers and mission-critical devices. We don't need to feel safe, we need freedom.
@tadeusz @tracyspacy This is how it often happens when I do pull requests. The best projects are the ones where pull requests don't get merged too easily.
@tracyspacy wait can I have some context here? I know that Gargron used bitcoinhackers as an example to block an instance in Mastodon's doc, which is bad taste, but I'm not aware of attempts at really blocking this instance.
I mean I don't doubt there's some retarded admin somewhere that already blocked us, but is there a relatively widespread attempt at blocking us?
@Sosthene @tracyspacy I wouldn't say it's widespread. https://bitcoinhackers.org/@verretor/105551075916802373
Bitcoin Maston Instance