cryptostorm_team wrote:For now, here's what we think makes most sense: when a transaction is agreed to, we're happy to act as escrow agent. Both for transfer of funds - be they coins or other instruments - and for the tokens themselves. But, of course, escrowing tokens doesn't prevent double-spend. And in order to do that, we'll have the original aleph returned to us, and we'll issue a new aleph to the new buyer. That way, the buyer knows she isn't getting an aleph that's been copied out to multiple other people.
cryptostorm_team wrote:The risk of this, of course, is that the seller keeps using her aleph even after "returning" it to us. We discussed this and... we have faith on our community - and in aleph owners in particular - that this won't be an issue for now. If it ever is, we'll shift over to blockchain transfers.
is it not possible to "revoke" the originally issued token if another one is generated to replace it?
Operandi wrote:Let's say that I'm interested. But, unfortunately, I don't have any cryptocoins at the moment (as odd as it may sound).
Do you accept payments via PayPal?
Pattern_Juggled wrote:It wouldn't be any trouble for cstorm to accept a payment via paypal from you, use that to acquire btc (usually a couple days' turnaround - sometimes quicker if'we've got coins on-hand that haven't been converted back to other currencies), and send the BTC to the seller at that point. [...]
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