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I had software architects look over Pink's proposed design, and they said it would make the service run very slowly, and there may be some unthought-of holes in the design, but it does seem to be a way to run a hidden service on TOR with greater anonymity.Anderson was insistent that Pink will be a full-service agency, with brick-and-mortar services in addition to its software platform.

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Sexworkers would send the app 20% or so of their fee, and Pink send half of this to investors. I started emailing with him, and investigating the platform.

Part of me was impressed that 'Brad Anderson' still wanted me to cover his platform after I wrote what was basically a hit piece on the last one. The picture that emerged was much less visionary than Eros's decentralised anarchy, but has its strong points, though you'd be a fool to invest money in it.

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It is worth quoting here: Providers can rate clients as well as review them.

Reviews are internal, only visible to providers and only viewable when reviewing a client for a booking. Most likely they will be semi anonymous at first, so a client can't ask a sympathetic provider to check out their specific feedback from another provider.

Decentralisation is the banner that unites the blockchain community, and Pinkapp, to be clear, makes no attempt to be decentralised. It's an even worse than trusted third parties in the legacy economy, as you have no recourse if they don't hold up their end of the arrangement.

It is a traditional, centralised escort agency, with staff and contractors. Much like the Silk Road, Alphabay, or the Hansa Market, it is a centralised shop for people to buy and sell goods, hiding behind TOR. Couldn't it be shut down the same way those markets were?

Clients pay cash (usually), the worker sends Pink a fee through bank transfer or Paypal or whatever, and Pink pays a dividend to investors in Monero.

Pink are currently doing a token sale on their website, and claim to have sold ~1.1 million tokens at

Reviews are internal, only visible to providers and only viewable when reviewing a client for a booking. Most likely they will be semi anonymous at first, so a client can't ask a sympathetic provider to check out their specific feedback from another provider.Decentralisation is the banner that unites the blockchain community, and Pinkapp, to be clear, makes no attempt to be decentralised. It's an even worse than trusted third parties in the legacy economy, as you have no recourse if they don't hold up their end of the arrangement.It is a traditional, centralised escort agency, with staff and contractors. Much like the Silk Road, Alphabay, or the Hansa Market, it is a centralised shop for people to buy and sell goods, hiding behind TOR. Couldn't it be shut down the same way those markets were?Clients pay cash (usually), the worker sends Pink a fee through bank transfer or Paypal or whatever, and Pink pays a dividend to investors in Monero.Pink are currently doing a token sale on their website, and claim to have sold ~1.1 million tokens at $1 apiece.To use the site's full features, you need to allow viewing Flash content in your browser.

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Reviews are internal, only visible to providers and only viewable when reviewing a client for a booking. Most likely they will be semi anonymous at first, so a client can't ask a sympathetic provider to check out their specific feedback from another provider.

Decentralisation is the banner that unites the blockchain community, and Pinkapp, to be clear, makes no attempt to be decentralised. It's an even worse than trusted third parties in the legacy economy, as you have no recourse if they don't hold up their end of the arrangement.

It is a traditional, centralised escort agency, with staff and contractors. Much like the Silk Road, Alphabay, or the Hansa Market, it is a centralised shop for people to buy and sell goods, hiding behind TOR. Couldn't it be shut down the same way those markets were?

Clients pay cash (usually), the worker sends Pink a fee through bank transfer or Paypal or whatever, and Pink pays a dividend to investors in Monero.

Pink are currently doing a token sale on their website, and claim to have sold ~1.1 million tokens at $1 apiece.

To use the site's full features, you need to allow viewing Flash content in your browser.

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Reviews are internal, only visible to providers and only viewable when reviewing a client for a booking. Most likely they will be semi anonymous at first, so a client can't ask a sympathetic provider to check out their specific feedback from another provider.

Decentralisation is the banner that unites the blockchain community, and Pinkapp, to be clear, makes no attempt to be decentralised. It's an even worse than trusted third parties in the legacy economy, as you have no recourse if they don't hold up their end of the arrangement.

It is a traditional, centralised escort agency, with staff and contractors. Much like the Silk Road, Alphabay, or the Hansa Market, it is a centralised shop for people to buy and sell goods, hiding behind TOR. Couldn't it be shut down the same way those markets were?

Clients pay cash (usually), the worker sends Pink a fee through bank transfer or Paypal or whatever, and Pink pays a dividend to investors in Monero.

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