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Is there an algorithm or hardware that can sign/verify natural time?
PGP/GPG can used to sign text, others use public key to verify them. So one could say, that these cryptographic algorithms deal with space. Are there any algorithms that can deal with time? E.g. I ...
Oct 10 '11 at 3:29
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