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From: Tax Map <elusio@taxmap.it>
Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2017 13:34:09 +0000
Message-ID: <CAJ0yri_YZmtpupjyTT1_tAS+gcqeDfUGGr=phNSHjCAq4R53eg@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-interledger@w3.org
Hi everyone

I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Elusio and I am building a
platform called TaxMap.

I'm sure you are all aware of number of whitepapers (technical and
non-technical) around therefore would like to just highlight a 1-page
product plan with 3 phases.

I am starting by viewing Bitcoin as a product. The Bitcoin Blockchain
unifying factor is Bitcoin being a currency and an asset. Many other
“blockchains” or distributed ledger technologies have professed to have
created the technology. However none of them have a unifying factor.

It is my belief that a unifying factor for a global blockchain could be tax
via TaxMap.

I understand many people are focusing on payment transactions between banks
and exchanges. My focus is to build a bookkeeping tool that allows
transactions to between individuals and small businesses (“subledgers”).

I am currently in Lancashire (England) where I do not have a lot of
intellectual discussion. Any feedback and comment will be welcome.

Best

Mr Elusio Alcalde - Founder


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