Le Prime Monete Virtuali.... DigiCash/Ecash & Linden Dollar.

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Se pensavate che il Bitcoin fosse la vera prima moneta virtuale, vi sbagliavate!!
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If you thought that Bitcoin was the real first virtual currency, you were wrong!!
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L'esperto di crittografia, David Chaum nel 1990, fondò DigiCash una (forse la prima) tipologia di moneta elettronica. Creata con l'unico scopo di eseguire transazioni economiche sicure e veloci, per facilitare le compravendite sul Web, purtroppo ebbe vita breve. DigiCash dichiarò fallimento nel 1998 e David Chaum vendette il suo progetto alla società digitale eCash Technologies che a sua volta nel 2002 viene acquisita da InfoSpace. C'è da fare una premessa tra E-cash ed ECash... Un errore molto comune che trovate in molti siti web è quello di confondere il marchio di ECash con E-cash oppure credere che siano la stessa cosa. Ma in realtà non è così. E-cash significa semplicemente moneta elettronica, ovvero la cartamoneta FIAT per effettuare un pagamento elettronico. (Esempio, il circuito Visa Electron) Mentre ECash rappresenta una tipologia di moneta elettronica anonima creata dalla società DigiCash la quale è stata utilizzata dal 1995 al 1998 da una Banca Americana per eseguire micropagamenti.


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The cryptographic expert, David Chaum in 1990, founded DigiCash one (perhaps the first) type of electronic money. Created with the sole purpose of carrying out safe and fast economic transactions, to facilitate buying and selling on the Web, unfortunately it was short-lived. DigiCash declared bankruptcy in 1998 and David Chaum sold his project to the digital company eCash Technologies which in turn was acquired by InfoSpace in 2002. There is a premise between E-cash and ECash... A very common mistake that you find on many websites is to confuse the ECash brand with E-cash or believe that they are the same thing. But it really is not like that. E-cash simply means electronic money, or FIAT paper money to make an electronic payment. (Example: the Visa Electron circuit) While ECash represents an anonymous electronic currency type created by the company DigiCash which was used from 1995 to 1998 by an American bank to perform micropayments.


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Ma il caso forse più eclatante di moneta digitale, è quello del Linden Dollar, creato per sviluppare un'economia parallela alla nostra nel gioco MMORPG Second Life. L’intenzione di questa piattaforma è quella di creare una vera e propria realtà alternativa, in cui ciascun giocatore può svolgere attività analoghe o completamente differenti da quelle della vita reale, ma in un contesto più anonimo. Per rendere ancora piu reale l’esperienza nel mondo virtuale di Second Life, la piattaforma prevedeva la retribuzione delle attività sotto forma di una moneta (Linden Dollar), agli utenti che potessero essere di interesse per altri giocatori. Il Linden Dollar aveva la particolarità di non essere semplicemente usabile all’interno del gioco (come avviene normalmente nei giochi di ruolo) ma di poter essere convertito in moneta reale.


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But perhaps the most striking case of digital money is that of the Linden Dollar, created to develop an economy parallel to ours in the MMORPG Second Life game. The intention of this platform is to create a real alternative reality, in which each player can perform similar activities or completely different from those of real life, but in a more anonymous context. To make the experience in the virtual world of Second Life even more real, the platform provided for the retribution of activities in the form of a currency (Linden Dollar), to users who could be of interest to other players. The Linden Dollar had the distinction of not being simply usable inside the game (as it normally happens in role-playing games) but of being able to be converted into real money.



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