10.05.2019

Y Space: A breakaway digital space

Privacy is a human right.  Governments and corporate monopolies have fully violated that right.  Y Space is a solution.  It does not exist yet but if you are good at programming you can make it.

Y space is a program for phones, computers, etc.  Mostly would be done with tablets, laptops, and desktops.

This program basically prevents any record of your computer use.  It hides your identity and location with VPN, it hides your activity with Tor encryption, and it hides your local activity with deleting everything.  It even has a dead man switch, if you let go of the ctrl button, the session ends and everything in the computers memory is deleted.  One way it keeps all the info in one spot for easy deleting is y space blocks access to any peripheral including usb ports, hard drives, disk drives, etc.  Everything done in y space is done on the RAM and when you release the dead mans switch the ram is fully wiped by 3 passes and cannot be recovered.  Y space takes your privacy seriously.

Y space is basically a breakaway Operating system and internet, it has a handful of essential apps.  It has a payment system Ypay.  It has a browser Ysee.  It has a messenger/social media Ysay.  It has a wiki Ynet.  It has a notepad Ypad. You must login to enter Y space.  The way you can login in a private and decentralized way is you have to use a code generated by an original Y space member (say 10,000).  These members can generate say 100 consumable codes a day (Ykey's) and can give them out or trade them if they desire.  These codes will allow for encryption of information and also for logins.  Each time you login you would need a new Ykey.  Y space is hosted by numerous people each keeping an up to date record of Y space and hosting the content.  Your Y space program would match you with a random y space host (trustednode).  Or you can rank trustednode hosts or choose the one or ones that you trust.  Or you could connect to an "explorer" layer that itself aggregates the nodes and finds a consensus.  When you want to post something to y space you would sign your request using your Ykey.  Just as long as you signed using a valid Ykey it would be accepted by the network.  To delete is another story.  You would have to sign your request with your current session Ykey as well as the Ykey that you used to write the post that you want to delete.  So all nodes would update when they see things match up.  You do not need a "winner" node that is the only node who has the correct blockchain, every node would simply know if a request is valid or not depending on the signatures given.  There is no chain of custody that has to be followed like cryptocurrency so there is no power hungry blockchain that needs to be validated.

Ypay is how codes are traded.  The original 10,000 members can generate codes and give them by hand to people or send them using Ypay.  What the recievers Ypay does is it takes codes bieng transferred then uses the code to sign a transaction which changes the code into a new code and signs the transaction with the old code and new code.  This transaction which includes the old and the new signature is the proof a new code is generated, so the old code is obsoleted in Ypay network.  So the reciever converted the old code to a new code so the giver cannot double spend.  In that way no chain of custody is required, and therefore no costly blockchain.  The reciever simply needs to wait for their transaction to be accepted by the majority of active members before believing that the sender really gave them the ykeys.

The way Ypay is able to not need a validated chain of custody is that Ykey is not a currency it is a digital collectable.  Also their are trusted nodes, the original members (masterkeys), so a majority vote of the members is the consensus. The special master keys that can generate new Ykeys are themselves digital assets and also can be given/traded.  No currency is needed and therefore no blockchain.

Y do we need Y Space? https://www.activistpost.com/2019/10/chinese-citizens-will-be-required-to-scan-their-faces-to-use-the-internet.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ActivistPost+%28Activist+Post%29

Ypay article on bitcointalk https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5190402.msg52665031#msg52665031

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