21 May '13, 10pm

"Combined with Bitmessage, Open-Transactions becomes a juggernaut!" #Bitcoin

I do not believe bitmessage uses a blockchain currently (it didn't when I looked at it before, and with a quick glance that doesn't seem to have changed). A blockchain (and the resulting ~global consistency) isn't needed for traffic analysis resistant anonymous communication ... though it does have an effect of creating some unjammability. I don't think bitmessage has unjammability esp for widely known keys. I think unjammability is important for OT's usage here.

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