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Four short links: 11 September 2017

Criminal Smart Contracts, Economic Damaged Goods, Crypto Bar, and Equifax Advice Investigating the Future of Criminal Smart Contracts (A Paper a Day) -- readable and interesting summary of a paper on using smart contracts around criminal activities: leaking stolen confidential information, buying stolen keys, and assassination. Damaged Goods -- this is how economics refers to intentionally crippled offerings (e.
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