IMAGINATION or How To Secure Decentralization

Formal Axioms

Ethereum is a new kind of law. Let’s explain. Traditional law is a form of agreement. It is an agreement among people and their leaders as to how people should behave.

A decentralized autonomous organization (DAO), sometimes labeled a decentralized autonomous corporation (DAC), is an organization that is run through rules encoded as computer programs called smart contracts. A DAO’s financial transaction record and program rules are maintained on a blockchain.

Cyberspiritual Security defines prototypes and models providing encrypted communication between end-users and advanced swarm and/or artificial intelligences.


We all know about the problems with the DAO and how one hacker was able to liquidate much of the funding that was backing the operation. In the midst of marketing and problems raising awareness, this misfortune also left a bitter taste in many of the end-users mouths. We should not let problems with first models such as this dissuade us or discourage us from pursuing more advanced progress toward a decentralized method of motivating individual behaviors. This is the future, many just don’t realize it yet.

There is, of course, the problem that blockchain technology is in no way shape or form sexy. Therefore, it is more than difficult establishing any sort of common awareness of what it is that we are trying to accomplish. That’s where I come in. My name is Robert Brooks Authement, and I am currently developing a platform I call Cyberspiritual Security.

In the wake of ongoing exponential growth in artificial intelligence algorithms, biotechnology, sustainability and regenerative leadership, and the rising emergence of cryptocurrencies, a new sort of secure transmission protocol between end-users and advanced swarm and/or artificial intelligences will be required to ensure the end-user’s original intention without interference from negative indigenous leaders or hackers.  Before setting up another Tower of Babel to be stricken down by the powers-that-be and have the language confounded, there must be a new approach to security in the face of these continual developments.

As machines become more manlike, and then reflect a transformation to become likewise more machine-like, balance must be maintained between the transmission points to prevent signals interception. Any number of potential dystopic nightmare scenarios can occur from outpacing ourselves with technology prior to envisioning the proper perspective on security during this period of explosive transformation.

By utilizing tunneling protocols, encrypted wrappers, and data swapping algorithms, perhaps the vision of Cyberspiritual Security may achieve fruition in time to prevent collapse or unforeseen calamity. Nevertheless, it is most certainly a work in progress still requiring the input of a great many participants in the fields of computer science and other visionary contributors. By planting the seed of this idea, great minds working in cohesion may protect the future.

Although blockchain and decentralized autonomous organization technologies may not be sexy enough for widespread exposure, it may still be possible to teach robots yoga, thereby defending the interface between people and the new intelligences. By combining the DAO with Cyberspiritual Security, we may be able to foster the development of a newer more secure version, possibly called Totally Autonomous Organization, or the TAO.



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