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Oct
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comment Are prediction markets kosher?
These things appear as black boxes to a lot of people. They may start putting faith in them.
Oct
14
asked Are prediction markets kosher?
Jul
30
accepted Machine-Readable Torah
Jul
28
comment Machine-Readable Torah
Not sure. The questions is broad, I imagine, because the implications are broad. Can a golem lain Torah?
Jul
28
comment Machine-Readable Torah
Thank you. Any comment on the implications for artificially intelligent readers?
Jul
28
comment Machine-Readable Torah
What happened to the comments that were here before?
Jul
28
revised Machine-Readable Torah
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28
asked Machine-Readable Torah
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7
awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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awarded  Nice Question
Apr
2
comment Bitcoin and Halakha
Gold requires no signatures, this is because it is not real money as asserted in the answer from @Ariel if my understanding is correct? And cash requires no signature by a human hand? So? I have to admit I am perplexed at this point. What is the body of halachah on signatures called?
Apr
1
comment Bitcoin and Halakha
The seal comes from the individual sending the 'money', not the government, does that matter?
Apr
1
comment Bitcoin and Halakha
Cryptocurrencies are actually built on top of signature systems, digital, cryptographic signature systems though: the khan academy series is informative: www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/core-finance/money-and-banking/bitc‌​oin/v/bitcoin-what-is-it
Jan
17
comment Could a religious man be an anarchist?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shmuel_Alexandrov
Jan
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comment Cryptography in Judaism
Temurah perhaps?
Dec
16
asked What was Moses' staff made of?