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assymetric crypto

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assymetric crypto with an example
Finally, I’ve found that explaination about assymetric crypto; One of the most common and famous examples of asymmetric encryption is actually something that can be understood if you know how to do exponentiation. It goes something like this: I come up with a number X, and publicly tell you it. [Let’s say X = 7] I also come up with a number A, but don’t tell you it. [Let’s say X = 4]

decentralized twitter - twtxt

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simple and beautiful
There is something which we can noting really to compare with, but it’s somehow similiar to twitter, except it’s simple, console-based, decentralized, and works like charm. The original client is https://github.com/buckket/twtxt, but there is an actually working, stable and complete implementation (and probably more), writted by @mdom in bash, https://github.com/mdom/txtnish.